The Bucker Jungmann is a 1930s basic training aircraft which was used by the Luftwaffe during WWII.
Switzerland obtained a production licence and constructed a limited number of the Jungmann.
This example served with the Swiss Air Force as A-73 before starting a civilian carreer as HB-URP.
The aircraft once formed part of the Bucker museum in Goppingen.
Later it was registered as D-EEEQ, but got damaged by fire many years ago.
The fuselage arrived in our workshop late 2013 for restoration.
Cleaning and inspected the wings
Cowlings for the Hirth engine
Installing the seats
Trial fit of the canopy fairings.
Hirth HM.504 ready for installation. This engine has been overhauled by LTB Dirk Bende.