Not so few instruments as was first believed are used in the German Messerschmitts. The picture of the cockpit above of the Me-110 shows that all of the standard flight and engine instruments are used as well as those for blind flying. Notice that several of the instruments have been removed, probably by persons now in possession of the plane, for disassembly and minute study. The Me 110 is powered with two 1150-hp Daimler-Benz motors. Examiners found few faults in the plane, mentioned only a blind spot directly below, and thin armor covering the pilot.

This news clip was originally published in "The Aviation News" column of the May, 1941, issue of Aviation magazine, vol 40, no 5, p 93.
Photo is credited to Wide World.