F-104G "D-8212", ex 24+63 on display at Willingen-Usseln, Germany; on a metal block at the "Curioseum" museum 2020

F-104G, construction number 683D-8212, company model 683-10-19, built by Fokker
manufactured by North Group (ARGE-Nord); first flight February 1, 1964 in AWX (All Weather Fighter) version coded KG+312
acceptance date April 10, 1964 by BABwFokker (RNAF-MTA); camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"
LVR 3 (Luftwaffenversorgungsregiment 3) at Manching AB on April 15, 1964 for technical modifications
JD+104 JG 74 at Neuburg AB delivery date May 15, 1964
24+63 AFCENT ADC (Air Defense Competition) 1970 Soesterberg AB 27 till 29 April 1970
withdrawn from use and stored at LVR 1 at Erding AB on October 30, 1974 with 1.537 flight hours
struck off charge order (AVA) December 4, 1973; in January 1977 "DA+04" decoy at Norvenich AB
"DA+04" at Munster barracks 1981 with WWDBw (Wehrwissenschaftliche Dienststelle der Bundeswehr) for fire prevention trials
mid January 1999 "DA+04" was sold to Piet Smedts with tail of 24+77 at Baarlo, Netherlands
in 2000 coded as "D-8212" in blue/white colors on display at Autobedrijf Piet Smedts, June 2008 noted; April 2015 noted
stored Baarlo, NL coded "D-8212"; for sale February 2016 noted; March 2016 at Baarlo noted; on display May 2018 noted
April 27, 2019 transport to Bad Wildungen/Wega, Germany; on display on a metal block with Krausz, a logistic company May 8, 2019 first noted
April 2020 transported to Willingen-Usseln to the "Curioseum" museum; "D-8212" July 2020 noted displayed on top of a container; July 2023 last noted.

copyright  Michiel Vogelpoel

5116'48.72"N 840'46.98"E