Photo of TF-104G 63-8466 wanted!

TF-104G 38466 (no photo)

TF-104G, construction number 583D-5773, company model 583-10-20, US serial number 63-8466, built by Lockheed
manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); assembly at Lockheed-Palmdale for Germany
test flights with US registration "63-8466"; delivery date in 1963 at Lockheed-Palmdale
 to Germany at Luke AFB and operated by the 4510th CCTW 
(German shadow serial number 2768) in USAF Silver-finish colors coded 38466
crashed October 29, 1969 after engine oil trouble during a loop,
engine oil pressure was zero and the low level oil light was on and when heavy engine vibrations started,
the IP did shut down the engine and told the student they were to bailout
1 crew (student) ejected ok, 1 crew (IP) was killed after ejection
the seat had malfunctioned and the explosive charges had not gone off that would have allowed the straps to come undone,
he fought the entire way down to try and free himself from the straps and had actually succeeded,
but at an altitude too close to the ground and was unable to pull the ripcord in time
4512 TFTS; total flight hours 1.131; written off; struck off charge order (AVA) October 29, 1969.

crash site: about 15 miles ENE of Ajo, in the Sikort Chuapo Mountains of the Papago Indian Reservation.