The old D's and E's served for 10 years with few troubles; the G's they received as payment for blowing up Wilhelm Johnen's Bf 110G-4 which landed at Dubendorf were an absolute dog's breakfast, mechanically speaking. I hadn't heard of the NC 900 troubles prior to this thread (although to be fair, I hadn't really looked)- that makes for a very interesting data point when considering the late-war effectiveness of the Luftwaffe, and the impact of difficult to catch "passive" resistance measures such as intentionally screwing up vital mechanical components during the manufacturing process.
Beautifully done model, well done on a rarely-seen variant!
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