Preserved in Norway

469

TF-104G (c/n 5779) 63-8469 “469”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved inside the Gardermoen Air Museum without squadron markings.

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25+64

F-104G (c/n 9010) “12626 FN-B”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved on a pole at the gate of Bodo AFB. It is formerly German Air Force “25+64”.

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104717

CF-104 (c/n 1017) 104717 “717”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved on a pole at Sola AB since 18 March 2014. It is in front of a building that is Sola vgs avdeling flyfag (technical school) and adjacent Flyhistorisk museum.

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104730

CF-104 (c/n 1030) 104730 “730”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved with 334skv markings at Sola inside Fly Historisk Museum, Sola-Stavanger (on military part of base).

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104755

CF-104 (c/n 1055) 104755 “755”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved inside a hangar at Kjeller Flyhistorisk Forening at Kjeller (civil part of base) with markings of 334 Skv

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104766

CF-104 (c/n 1066) 104766 “766”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved as gateguard with the Norwegian Air Force Material Command at Kjeller (military part of base), currently under
restoration and it will receive oliv-drab-light-grey colorscheme now. See also IFS news.

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104800

CF-104 (c/n 1100) 104800 “800”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved (on loan from the Norsk Luftfart museum, Bodo) by the Norwegian Starfighter Group at Bodo with markings of 334 Skv.

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104801

CF-104 (c/n 1101) 104801 “801”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved inside the Norsk Luftfart museum, Bodo, with markings of 334 Skv.

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104870

F-104 (c/n 1170) 104870 “870”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved at Bodo AB wearing a red and blue special color scheme.

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104882

CF-104 (c/n 1182) 104882 “882”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved on a pole at the entrance of the former Volvo factory, now named GKN Aerospace Norway AS, in Kongsberg. It wears markings of 334 Skv and grey scheme.

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104886

CF-104 (c/n 1186) 104886 “886”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, will soon be preserved at the gate of the Air Museum at Gardermoen after a full restoration in Gardermoen. Until November it was preserved outside in a private collection Ringsaker owned by Mr.Terje L. Grorud (as photo shows).

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104889

CF-104 (c/n 1189) 104889 “889”, Royal Norwegian Air Force, preserved as part of the collection of the Dakota Norway Fighter Division group, parked outside, at Torp. Aircraft wears 334Skv markings.

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