Reconstruction of a historic aircraft is always a long-distance run. Our Messerschmitt is no exception. In recent months, our priority is the engine, Argus As 10 C. The problem is that it is a German-made engine from the Second World War. The first complication is that it is a problem to get any spare parts for these engines (unlike American production). The second problem is the quality of the materials used. During the war, Germany had a problem with access to raw materials and often used substitutes. However, Ondra and Jarda Anýž continue step by step. They currently have both carburetors in their workshop.