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    General Specs

    • For Sale
    • 1945
    • Not Listed
    • Not Listed
    • Redondo Beach, CA USA


    680000 $680,000 USD

    Platinum Fighter Sales
    • (800) 210-1951
    • (951) 258-4205
    • Simon Brown / John Rayner

      409 N Pacific Coast Hwy #339

      Redondo Beach, CA 90277 USA

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    680000 $680,000 USD

    General Specs (cont.)



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    Detailed Description

    Platinum Fighter Sales: 1945 MESSERSCHMITT ME-262. A Museum Quality Static Restoration Using Many Original ME-262 Parts.

    Avionics / Equipment

    Following parts are original:
    Most of the cockpit instruments
    Pilot´s seat
    Control column
    Rudder bar with pedals, brake cylinders and hydraulic lines
    Trim unit in the cockpit
    Heated front window
    A lot of levers and buttons
    Oxygen hose
    Rear canopy ejection bar
    Fuselage rear section underneath the rear canopy
    Two fuselage sections in the left rear fuselage
    Tank mounts in the fuselage
    Trigger units in the gun compartment
    Locks of the gun compartment
    All of the accessory hole covers
    Section of the hydraulic system next to the cockpit
    Oxygen bottles and rack in the fuselage
    Oxygen vent in the fuselage
    Power converter of the avionics
    Tail section right
    About half of the horizontal
    Top of the rudder
    Trim unit for the horizontal
    Most of the control system in the tail
    Inner structure of the vertical
    Tail light
    External power plug
    Bottom panel in front of the wings
    Hydraulic cylinder in the wings
    Part of the gear door retraction system
    Structural parts in the wings
    Navigation lights
    Smaller parts in the fuselage and wings
    Engine nacelles are completely rebuilt including perfect engine mockups (when you look into the openings you will see the compressor wheels etc. – perfect for static display)
    Two Riedel starter engines dismantled but included
    Smaller parts in the engine nacelles including locks and hatches
    Both main landing gear struts including hydraulic cylinders, hubs, tires
    Front gear strut (there are two- right now a perfect copy is attached with original hydraulic cylinder, but since we have gotten a complete original front gear, we will attach that as well)
    Front wheel incl hub, tire, brake and brake line

    Interior / Exterior

    The paint scheme is the exact markings of the “White 8” WNr. 110400 in which the leading ace, Walter Nowotny was shot down by US fighters after having downed 2 bombers on his own and suffering from a flame out on both engines. Nowotny had 258 confirmed victories, the first Ace to cross the magic 250 victory line and who was then pulled out of his front line unit to form the first 262 fighter unit, the “Kommando Nowotny”.


    This aircraft has been built/restored as a static museum piece and is not potentially airworthy. Approximately 30% of the aircraft is built using original ME-262 parts which were acquired over the past 20+ years. It is unique in the fact that this aircraft has so many original ME-262 parts while other replica ME-262 are new built and do not have any original parts.