by Horst Zoeller, 1996 - 2019, 66th Edition, 19 Sep 2019

Junkers J10/CL.1 Survivors + Replicas

see also: Junkers Survivor List Overview

None of the J10s survived until today.
A few flyable J10 replicas exist in the US and in the UK.

A detailled description of the current J10 survivors could be found in
Part I of our printed review "Die letzten Junkers-Flugzeuge I"

 

Junkers J10 (Replica)

Great War Display Team

England 

SNo. None, RNo. 1801/18 (G-BNPV)

Junkers J10 Replica of Andrew Berry in UK (Great War Display Team)

This aircraft became available in 2002 and is commonly owned by John Day and Bob Gould-Galliers in England. The flying replica is based on a Bowers Fly Baby (SNo. PFA016-11120). The gunner at the rear seat is a puppet, which is able to move its head according to the usage of the flight controls. The aircraft wears a CL-1 text on the right side and a D-I text on the left side. However, the aircraft is not very familar to a D-I, even if the rear seat is removed. The CL-I appearance is acceptable. The Aircraft is registered in the UK as G-BNPV and is owned by Andrew Berry meanwhile, who flies the Aircraft for the Great War Display Team on Airshows in Europe.

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Junkers J10 (Replica)

Great War Display Team

England 

SNo. None, RNo. 1803/18 (G-BUYU)

Junkers J10 Replica of Richard Pieper in UK (M.J. Robinson)

A second J10 Replica is operated by Richard Pieper also within the Great War Display Team in England. It is also based on a Bowers Fly Baby 1A (SNo. 12222) and was built by John Nugnent in Wales in 1995. The Aircraft was aquired by John Day and Robb Metcalfe in 2002 who modified the Aircraft to a CL.I until 2004. Since 2009 the Aircraft is operated by Richard Pieper within the Great War Display Team.

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Junkers J10 (Replica)

Lewis G. Mason

San Antonio, USA 

SNo. Bowers 5629C1, RNo. N118LM

Junkers J10 Replica of Lewis Mason in the US (L. Mason)

In the US Lewis Mason owns a flyable J10 replica, which is also based on a Bowers. This replica was finished in 2009 and was registered as N118LM in 2012 since when Mason operates the Aircraft on US Airshows.

Mason equipped the Aircraft with new Trapez wings and added a removable Cockpit canopy for bad weather operations.

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introduced Nov 1996, transfered Jun 2017
contents last updated 19 Sep 2019