Built by Fokker in Amsterdam and first flown on 16 March 1964, this Starfighter logged 1682 flight hours in the Luftwaffe. It is kept by JG 71 'Richthofen' at Wittmund. Unfortunately it has transparent panels on the wing and tail.
The GDR coat of arms consisted of a hammer and a pair of compasses in a wreath of rye which ironically from a distance resembles the golden arches of a certain capitalist hamburger chain. The JBG 77 wing was named after Prussian field marshall Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher (1742-1819), who has converted to jet equipment.
Brand new 'Cherry-belle Blue' carried the flight test reg PT-SFD before being registered in Australia on 3 June 2008. It was delivered to Virgin on 14 June and flown to Australia via Seattle and Anchorage.
Formerly C4K-134 of the Spanish air force, this Buchon was modified to look like a Daimler-Benz DB 605-powered Bf 109G. It is kept by JG 71 'Richthofen' and according to what I gathered it is painted as a Bf 109F of II/JG 2 'Richthofen', based at Abbeville, France in the second half of 1941.
Clearly she still wants to fly on such a beautiful summer day, but unfortunately she's fixed to concrete blocks at Wittmund airbase. The special livery was for the retirement of the F-4 over at Rheine - Hopsten.