Preserved in Canada

 

 

29+17

F-104F (c/n 5070) 29+17 as Canadian Armed Forces “104”, Preserved on a pole at the Canadian Military
Members Memorial in Innisfail, Alberta.

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56-770

F-104A (c/n 1058) 56-770 “12700”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved RCAF museum in Ottawa.

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104641

CF-104D (c/n 5311) 104641 “12641”, Canadian Armed Forces, preserved on a pole at the Hamilton Flying Museum. It was taken down in October 2016 for refurbishment. It is expected back on its pole after some months.

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104643

CF-104D (c/n 5313) 104643 “643”, AETE markings, Canadian Armed Forces, preserved in the grass inside
International Vintage Aircraft at Markham.

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104644

CF-104D (c/n 5314) 104644 “644”, AETE markings, Canadian Armed Forces, preserved in the grass
inside International Vintage Aircraft at Markham.

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104645

CF-104D (c/n 5315) 104645 “645”, Canadian Armed Forces, preserved Canadian Museum of Flight, Langley,
Surrey, British Colombia. Temporary used in the movie “Battle of the Smithsonian” of 2009.

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104646

CF-104D (c/n 5316) 104646 “646”, AETE markings, Canadian Armed Forces, preserved Trenton.

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104652

CF-104D (c/n 5322) 104652, Canadian Armed Forces, preserved in the garden of the Canadian Command
and Staff College in North York.

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104658

CF-104D (c/n 5328) 104658 “8-658”, Turkish Air Force, preserved International Vintage Aircraft at Markham.

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12702

CF-104 (c/n 1002) 12702 “702”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved on a pole at the Joe Hoffner Memorial Park
at Grand Centre, Cold Lake, Alberta.

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104703

CF-104 (c/n 1003) 104703 “703”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved in the Canadian Starfighter Museum in Winnipeg, currently being restored into RCAF 104703. See their website: www.canadianstarfightermuseum.ca

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104704

CF-104 (c/n 1004) 104704 “704”, Canadian Armed Forces, To be preserved in the Air Defence Museum in Bagotville. However it is still in storage at the museum waiting for being restored and added to the collection.

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104731

CF-104 (c/n 1031) 104731 “731”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved museum park in Comox. In 2014 it was refurbished and carries now the same special red-white-blue color scheme as 104763 “763”. The photo shows it when the “763” was not yet painted on the fuselage and also not the “417” on the tail.

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104753

CF-104 (c/n 1053) 104753 “753”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved on a pole at Winnipeg.

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104763

CF-104 (c/n 1063) 104763 “763”, Canadian Armed Forces, Part of the Reynolds Alberta Museum collection in Wetaskiwin.

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104774

CF-104 (c/n 1074) 104774 “774”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved 5th Area Support Group LFQA,
Valcartier Camp in Valcartier.

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104783

CF-104 (c/n 1083) 104783 “783”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved inside the Atlantic Aviation museum in Halifax.

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104784

CF-104 (c/n 1084) 104784 “784”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved at the east gate of CFB Montreal,
also known as St Jean sur Richelieu Garrison.

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104790

CF-104 (c/n 1090) 104790 as “104756”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved as TIGER aircraft inside Canadian
Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton Ontario.

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104792

CF-104 (c/n 1092) 104792 “792”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved in Borden. Aircraft was refurbished in 2007
or early 2008.

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104816

CF-104 (c/n 1116) 104816 as “104880”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved on a pole near ColdLake.
(aircraft was build up by parts of “104816” and ” 104803″).

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104846

CF-104 (c/n 1146) 104846 “846”, Canadian Armed Forces, Preserved at the Air Force Museum of Alberta which is located at The Military Museums in Calgary. It is wearing the early 60s markings as “12846” and was officially unveiled on October 22nd, 2014.

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D-5805

TF-104G (c/n 5805) D-5805 preserved at the Edmonton Air Museum representing Cold Lake 417 squadron CF-104D 104651.

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FX99

F-104G (c/n 9172) FX99, Belgium Air Force, preserved outside Canadian Air Land and Sea Museum,
Markham, Toronto, Canada.

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