This particular example of a Fi-103 flying bomb had been used by the Dutch Army for instructional purposes. It had large sections of the hull cutaway, the engine was split in half, and the nose section was missing. The goal was to re-create an accurate impression of the original V1, retaining as much of the original material as possible.
Domein Raversijde is a unique intact part of the WW2 'Atlantic Wall' at Oostende, Belgium (Provincie West-Vlaanderen). This 60 cm. searchlight was stood outside in sea-side salt air conditions for the past 20 years, and was to be restored as part of the renovation of the whole site. The object is planned to be exhibited indoors after restoration. This project included organising recovery and transport.