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This topic is gathering your suggestions of skins for Bf 110 G-2.
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The rules of participation:
 
How to post a suggestion:
- recall a cool-looking or a famous camo pattern of a plane that is announced to be in BOK
- find the topic about the plane you have a suggestion about
- prepare images of that camo pattern you're suggesting
- publish the image(s) showing explicitly that very skin
 
Keep in mind:
- skins that have never been seen above or near Kuban during WWII are okay
- camos with emblems or pilot's kill marks are okay
- Polish, French, Italian and other national camos are okay

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Ok, most beautyfull ones. From different units. Mainly aces and/or kommanders. All theaters of operations, both day and night heavy fighters.

 

 

 

Will not dowble my post.

 

Posted here.

http://forum.il2sturmovik.ru/topic/4861-bf-110-g-2/?p=451266

Edited by I./ZG1_Panzerbar
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This one.

http://www.asisbiz.c...110/ZG1.II.html

 

 

In the third row from above its the last one, and in the fourth row the first

 

These quotes are from Axel Urbanke a well known author in Germany.

 

Its the BROCKENHEXE

 

 

Bf110 G-2 “S9+LP” 6./ZG 1, Lorient, France, Autumn 1943.   Red L 

Quote "This aircraft has the well-known wespe (wasp) emblem on nose, a colourful and popular choice with modellers; standard RLM74/75/76
splinter camouflage, with fuselage mottled in RLM74/75; spinners RLM70 with RLM23 tips; of particular interest is an additional emblem
underneath the cockpit depicting a bespectacled witch /crone wearing stripy red and white stockings on a broomstick flying over forest;
underneath is the name “Brockenhexe”, which is a type of witch from German folklore."

 

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