Barnfind: 5 x 1954 Hispano Buchon HA-1112-M1L

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  1. Ramses

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    Hoi,

    Ik zoek een geldschieter of private financiering....

    USD $1.200.000 is al voldoende! :D


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    Barnfind: 5 x 1954 Hispano Buchon HA-1112-M1L

    Zie deze website

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    SPECIFICATIONS


    1954 Hispano Buchon HA-1112-M1L

    (License built Messerschmitt Me-109G)

    5 to choose from

    Priced USD$800,000 - $1,100,000


    Airframe: 4x Original, unrestored, undamaged airframes
    Time capsule - barnfind
    Last flown 1968 (Battle Of Britain film)

    1x airframe licensed and flown in USA - N4109G
    last flown 1973

    Engine: Rolls Royce Merlin 500 / 45
    1,600 h.p.

    Propeller: Dowty Rotol 4 blade propeller
    Aluminum blades

    Spares: These aircraft all come with a substantial spares
    package


    History: In 1942 the Spanish government arranged a
    manufacturing licence with Messerschmitt AG to build the Bf 109G-2, with DB605A engines, propellers, instruments, and weapons to be supplied from Germany. This proved impossible, as Germany was incapable of meeting her own needs, let alone Spain's. Only twenty-five airframes (minus their tails) and not even half the necessary drawings were delivered.

    Post World War II, production resumed on the Buchón's and the final variant was the HA-1112-M1L Buchón. It first flew 29 March 1954. The 1112-M1L was equipped with the 1,600 hp Rolls-Royce Merlin 500-45 engine and Rotol propeller, both purchased as surplus from the UK. This engine had a chin intake, that altered the lines of the Bf 109's airframe visually. Its armament consisted of two 20 mm Hispano-Suiza 404/408 cannons and two Oerlikon or Pilatus eight-packs of 80 mm rockets. It remained in service until 27 December 1965.

    The HA-1112-M1L's remained in flying condition until the mid-1960s. This made them available for theatrical use, masquerading as Bf 109's in movies like The Battle of Britain.

    These examples are HIspano Aviacion HA-1112 M1L's.

    These aircraft were last flown in the Battle Of Britain film in 1968.

    Upon completion of the filming of the Battle Of Britain they were disassembled and shipped to Texas where they have been in storage for 45 years.

    Location: Texas

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    Donaties of finacieringsvoorstellen graag via PB :D

    Groeten, Ramses
     
  2. skiff

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    Messerschmidts met Merlin motoren?
     
  3. Wasp250

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    Kan wel 2 euro missen Ramses, dan heb je misschien al een schroefje bij elkaar :)
     
  4. Ramses

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    Yep, de reden staat in het artikel. Hier nog meer info: Hispano Aviación HA-1112 M1L 'Buchon'

    Een HA-1112 Buchon en een Bf-109 G-2 samen:

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    @ Theo: Tof bedankt, het begin is er!! Nog maar USD $1.199.998 :wink:

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  5. Wasp250

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    hahahaa, succes ermee Ramses :)
     
  6. brugja

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    je bent al verder dan je denkt.. Wasp250 geeft je 2 euro = 2,74 dollar !!!

    alle beetjes helpen!!!
     
  7. Jonkje

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    Is geen barnfind. De eigenaar is op leeftijd en door het overlijden van zijn zoon gaan de kisten in de verkoop. O.a. ook een P51D en een Spitfire MK9. De eigenaar vloog de Hispano's en de Spit tijdens de opnames van de welbekende Battle of Britain film :)

    Interview met hem is te vinden op vimeo, heb de link zo even niet bij de hand, volgt later.
     
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  8. Ramses

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    @ Brugja: :D
    @ Jonkje: De website waar ze op aangeboden worden noemt het wel een Barnfind:

    Airframe: 4x Original, unrestored, undamaged airframes.
    Time capsule - barnfind
    Last flown 1968 (Battle Of Britain film)

    Op rcscalebuilder had ik hetzelfde topic gestart en heeft iemand gereageerd met informatie:

    These aircraft belong to Connie Edwards of Big Spring, Texas and were part of a much larger allotment of aircraft that he received as payment for his participation in the filming of the "Battle of Britain" movie. They have been well known among the warbird fraternity, many of whom have waited for a VERY long time to see them come on the market! Connie is also offering a Mk.IX Spitfire from the movie as well as an unrestored Guatemalan P-51D Mustang that he has had for many years. These represent a pretty small sliver of the total number of warbirds Mr. Edwards has owned and operated over the last 40 years. Hope they all find new owners that will put them back where they belong, in the air!



    Nog meer informatie in het onderschrift bij bovenstaand filmpje:

    By now registered as G-AWHK, this particular Buchon was one of eleven taken by Texan pilot and aircraft collector Wilson C "Connie" Edwards as payment for flying services during the filming. It was shipped to his ranch in Texas where it flew briefly as N9938 before being placed on static display in 1971 with the Confederate Air Force in Detroit. Acquired by the Old Flying Machine Company, it arrived at Duxford In May 1996, re-registered as G-BWUE and sold on to The Real Aircraft Company at Breighton in Yorkshire, who initiated a full rebuild to airworthy condition. The aircraft was marked up as Hauptmann Werner Schroer's Bf 109G-2/trop 'Red 1', which he flew whilst serving on the Greek island of Rhodes in early 1943.
    Purchased by Spitfire Ltd. in November 2006, G-BWUE moved back to Duxford to be maintained by the Aircraft Restoration Company. The aircraft appeared regularly at airshows in the UK and was also used during the filming of 'Valkyrie' starring Tom Cruise. Now owned by Historic Flying Ltd., G-BWUE has been assembled and painted as Messerschmitt 'Yellow 10' as seen in the Battle of Britain film.


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  9. Jonkje

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    Klinkt zeker interessanter voor de verkoop ;-)

    De MKIX is net als de Mustang in originele conditie. Verder heeft hij o.a. nog een Catalina en een indrukwekkende collectie RR motoren... Ongelofelijk!

    Overigens heeft de website nog een mooie volledig gerestaureerde en vliegwaardige P-38 te koop staan, voor slechts $6.750.000, is in de aanbieding! ;-)

    De link met het interview:

    Connie Edwards on Vimeo
     
  10. Ramses

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    Bedankt voor de link!
    Er staan trouwens inderdaad nog meer interessante kisten op die website!!

    De Havilland Mosquito MK T43
    , Grumman F3F-2 "Flying Barrel", WOW!! :razz:

    Maar ik kan me beter op een project tegelijk concentreren, dus ga vooralsnog even voor een Hispano Buchon HA-1112-M1L. :D :wink:

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  11. Henri Kaper

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    Dat lijkt me wel zo realistisch! :rolleyes:
     

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