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The Jumo 211 is a German 12-cylinder, liquid-cooled, supercharged inverted V-engine. It entered serial production in 1937 and it was one of the world's first aero engines utilizing fuel injection. Nearly 70.000 Jumo 211s were manufactured in various versions and it was the most produced German aero engine during World War II. It was used, among other aircraft types, in many versions of the Heinkel He 111, Junkers Ju 87 and Junkers Ju 88 bombers.

The Jumo 211 J on display has been used in several Ju 88s of the German air force and, later, in Junkers Ju 88 A-4 JK-253 of the Finnish air force.

Max power output 1420 hp. Max engine speed 2600 r/min. Weight 648 kg. Serial number 4345.

   Photo from Eugenius.