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Mitsubishi A6M: Survivors


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Survivors

Several Zero fighters survived the war and are on display:

Although not a survivor, the "Blayd" Zero is a reconstruction based on templating original Zero components recovered from the South Pacific. To be considered a "restoration" and not a reproduction, the builders used a small fraction of parts from the original Zero landing gear in the reconstruction. Restored as a A6M2 Model 21, it is currently owned by the Texas Flying Legends Museum.


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