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March 19, 2018

Dornier Do 335 M14, W.Nr. 230014, France 1947

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Do 335 M 14, RP+UQ, W.Nr. 230014, flown as Do 335 "No.1" in France 1947

References / profiles:

Dornier Do 335 Arrow – Luftwaffe’s Fasted Piston-Engine Fighter
J.Richard Smith and Eddie Creek with Gerhard Roletschek, Classic Publications

Dornier Do 335, 435, 635- Kampfflugzeug- Aufklärer-Zerstörer-Nachtjäger
Manfred Griehl, Motorbuch Verlag

Dornier 335 Arrow
J. Richard Smith, Eddie J. Creek, Thomas H. Hitchcock, Monogram Aviation Publications

Additional informations:

Do 335 M 14, RP+UQ, W.Nr. 230014 was the second prototype of the destroyer version. The Do 335 B-2 had two additional MK 103 in the wings.
Do 335 M 14 was camouflaged as follows: Upper surfaces RLM 81/82, Lower surfaces RLM 65, spinner and propeller blades were RLM 70. In France the surfaces were overpainted with RLM 71.

An older version of that profile was published in the book:

Dornier Do 335 Pfeil - Arrow
J.Richard Smith and Eddie J. Creek with Gerhard Roletschek
Classic Publication - Crécy Publishing
ISBN 978-1-90653-750-0

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