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Spitfire only parts brings together all the Spitfire parts from the other pages on the website. Many parts of the Spitfire were generic parts i.e. used in other aircraft types and these will be found in the pages listed above.

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Spitfire Parts for sale

Welcome to the Spitfire page this combines all the Spitfire parts on the website on one page. The parts listed here were used only on the Spitfire and no other aircraft.

Many parts used in the Spitfires construction were generic i.e. used in other aircraft types such as the majority of the instruments, electrical components, armaments, Gunsights,  Merlin power plant  , fuel systems etc you will have to use the specific parts sections to find them.

The Relic parts shown may not be purely Spitfire only parts but as they have documented history from specific Spitfires they are listed here.

  Airframe Parts

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Original Mk I Spitfire/Seafire Ammunition feed chute (pg1 air)

This is an original ammunition feed chute the part number shown under identifies this piece as being first used in the Seafire Mk.III but would have been used in subsequent marks of Spitfire and Seafire

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Seafire III

Explanation of the Supermarrine Part number  under

358 = Mk III Seafire fitted with Merlin 55M and 20mm Hispano Cannons

62= Armament systems

£125

Spitfire IFF Destruction Casing (pg1 ele)

This is high quality reproduction casing for the IFF buttons as seen above for use in a Spitfire.

Seen in situ above in a Spitfire cockpit

Available in the electrical section click here

Externally the Mk XVIII was very similar to late production MK XIV. It had the bubble canopy and cut back fuselage. It was armed with the “e” wing, with two 20mm cannon and two .50in machine guns, or four 20mm cannon. 300 were produced, 200 of which were FR (Fighter Reconnaissance) aircraft, which sacrificed some fuel capacity to carry two F.24 vertical cameras and one F.24 oblique camera. It used either a 2,035 hp Griffon 65 or a 2,340 hp Griffon 67. The Mk XVIII saw service after the Second World War, in Malaya and in Palestine.

Mk XVII Spitfire tail fairing and MOD plate(pg1 air)

A piece of Spitfire history 100% original piece from a Mk XVIII I was told by the person I bought this from that it was the only piece on the aircraft that gave any clue to its original identity having a serial number HS669 painted inside the fairing ,which equates to Spitfire MK XVIII serial number TP 367. The sale also includes a mod plate from the same aircraft.

Mk XVIII Spitfire

 

 

£499

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£375

Original Spitfire rudder horn balance weight  (pg1 air)

An original heavy piece of Spitfire in good condition with inspection stamps and Supermarine part number. Used in the tail to balance the rudder of the MK XIV Spitfire. The Mk XIV was fitted with the 36Ltr  Rolls Royce Griffon V12 the MK XIV had nearly twice the power and weight of the original MK I Spitfire.

Under the Mk XIV Spitfire low back

Part number 373 23 2143

373= Spitfire MK XIV

23= Centre rudder

Seafire RATO seat MOD Mount (pg1 air )

This is an unusual modification on a Seafire. On carriers Seafires were modified to have rocket assisted take off. This piece of Supermarine history is unique to the R.A.T.O. Seafires and is the head re-straight for the seat. Information supplied by Ian.

See this link for another R.A.T.O. part

Its  in excellent condition and fully functional with no corrosion and should fly again with suitable checks.

Part number 357 35 3

£550

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£125

Spitfire Wing Edge(pg2 air)

Here we have the Fairing from the Wing Edge of a Supermarine Spitfire

It is a Recognisable Piece of the Spitfire and an important part of the airframe

This is a New Made part however the Rivets have been carefully removed from a flying Spitfire

This Piece is 114 cm long and 18cm Wide

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£125

Spitfire Wing Edge 2(pg2 air)

Here we have the Fairing from the Wing Edge of a Supermarine Spitfire

It is a Recognisable Piece of the Spitfire and an important part of the airframe

This is a New Made part however the Rivets have been carefully removed from a flying Spitfire

This Piece is 114 cm long and 18cm Wide

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£295

Supermarine Spitfire/Seafire Underside Wing Skin(pg2 air)

Here we have the Underside Wing Skin from a Supermarine Spitfire/Seafire

This has what looks to be the letter C Painted on the Panel. This May be part of the Serial Number or Squadron Code. Seafires unlike the land based Spitfire did display serial numbers and Squadron markings on the underside of the wing.

This is an Original Part. I have found a makers stamp but no Part Numbers

I believe this to be the part Highlighted in Red

 

Frame 4 repro (pg1 air )

Above repro part one available

Frame 4 repro (pg1 air )

£ 25

Frame 5 repro (pg1 air )

Above repro part one available

Frame 5 repro (pg1 air )

£ 25

Frame 6 repro (pg1 air )

Above repro part one available

Frame 6 repro (pg1 air )

£ 25

Frame 9 repro (pg1 air )

Above repro part one available

Frame 9 repro (pg1 air )

£ 25

Frame 8 repro (pg1 air )

Above repro part one available

Frame 8 repro (pg1 air )

£ 25

Spitfire frames (pg1 air)

 

This is a collection of Spitfire frames some are original and some are reproductions mostly seem to be tail plane parts, see descriptions.

Frame 1 (pg1 air )

Above are repro parts but one has an original bracket part nos 33718/30 337  is part number for Spitfire MK IV with a Griffon engine. 18 is bottom tail plane.

Frame 1 (pg1 air )

£ 25 each

First one sold with be supplied with original bracket

Frame 10 repro (pg1 air )

Above repro part one available

Frame 10 repro (pg1 air )

£ 25

Frame 11 repro (pg1 air )

Above repro part one available

Frame 11 repro (pg1 air )

£ 25

 

Frame 7 repro (pg1 air )

Above repro part one available

Frame 7 repro (pg1 air )

£ 25

 

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 £275

Original MK VII Spitfire Wing tip (pg1 air)

This is an original outer main plane wing tip from a rare MK VII Spitfire. The Mk VII was designed as a high altitude Fighter and used the “c” type universal wings, capable of carrying either eight machine guns, four cannon or two cannon and four machine guns depending on the situation, but with the extended wing tips used on the Mk VI.

The Mk VII was a pressurised fighter. It had a more advanced pressurisation system than the Mk VI, using a sliding cockpit canopy, which was more popular than the locked cockpit on the Mk VI. The best high altitude version of the Mk VII was powered by the Merlin 71, and could reach 416mph at 44,000 ft.

The Mk VII remained in production from August 1942 until early in 1944, although only 140 aircraft were produced in that time.

 The Mk VII was a little more successful than the earlier Mk VI   but the “interim” Mk IX turned out to be capable of operating high altitude itself, and the Mk VII soon lost its special status as a high altitude fighter, although it remained in use throughout the war.

 

Shown above a MK VII Spitfire note the sharp pointed wing design

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Spitfire Antenna Mount (pg 1 rad)

Here we have a 100% Original mount that was used to attach the aerial to the spitfire fuselage.

These are quite rare as they are made of wood so they became rotted

It was Fitted to the fuselage Just behind the cockpit to allow the fixing of the Aerial

The Aluminium has Corroded however the Rubber and the original wood still remain

This was removed from a Crashed Aircraft at RAF Northolt

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Supermarine Seafire XV wing spar (pg1 air)

This is a superb piece for the Supermarine collector

Here we have a Piece of the Main Wing Spar from a Seafire Mk. XV

This Piece is approximately 4 1/2 cm by 6 cm

The Whole Wing Spar has Part Number 377 08

Supermarine Seafire XV

Shown under the Wing spar Part Number

 £75

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Original Supermarine Spitfire Wing Tip (pg1 air)

Here we have a original wing tip that came from a Supermarine spitfire. It has some writing on it which looks to be L517 but I am unsure as to what this is.

It is holes from where it was hit by 20mm Cannon Fire

This is 720mm x 900mm at its widest point

The Merlin-powered Spitfires used four different wing types, A through to D which had the same dimensions and plan but different internal arrangements of armament and fuel tanks. After introducing the Griffon, Supermarine recognized the need for a completely revised laminar-flow wing to facilitate even higher speeds made possible by this powerful engine. Starting with production Spitfire Mk 21, this wing became standard for post-war variants of this famous fighter.

The majority of the day fighter Spitfires from the Mk I through Mk XVIII used four basic wing types, A, B, C and E.

  £499

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Reproduction Spitfire Frame 1 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame. I believe this is for covering the machine gun port

£85

 

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Reproduction Spitfire Frame 2 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame. I believe this is for covering the machine gun port

£85

 

Reproduction Spitfire Frame 3 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame

£25

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Reproduction Spitfire Frame 4 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame

£25

 

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Reproduction Spitfire Frame 5 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame 

£25

 

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Reproduction Spitfire Frame 6 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame

£25

We have 4 of these Available 

 

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Reproduction Spitfire Frame 7 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame

£25

 

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Reproduction Spitfire Frame 8 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame

£25

We have Large Multiples Available

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Reproduction Spitfire Frame 9 (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire Frame

£35

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Original Spitfire seat part (pg 2 air)

Part number 30035

This is an original Spitfire seat part has some damage see the picture.

£15

 

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Original Spitfire Radiator Part (pg 2 air)

This is an original Spitfire Radiator Part.

It Comprises of Three bits of Wood and 6 Serviceable Brackets

Each Piece of Wood is Marked Reference Numbers are 30041/257 - 30041/254 - 30041/263

4 of the Brackets are marked 30041/263 and The Other Two are Marked 30041/ 262 and /261

£125

 

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£295

Spitfire Tail Plane Skin(pg2 air)

Here we have the Skinning from a Supermarine Spitfire Tail Plane

It is a Large Recognisable Piece of the Spitfire and an important part of the airframe

This is a New Made part however the Rivets have been carefully removed and it appears to be made to flying quality therefore I believe this has been removed from a flying Spitfire

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£295

Spitfire Tail Plane Skin 2(pg2 air)

Here we have the Skinning from a Supermarine Spitfire Tail Plane

It is a Large Recognisable Piece of the Spitfire and an important part of the airframe

This is a New Made part however the Rivets have been carefully removed from a flying Spitfire

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Original Seafire/Spitfire Panel(pg2 air)

Here we have an original panel from a Supermarine Seafire III.

It is a panel from the outer main plane. This Piece has the Supermarine Part Number 35808

358 = Seafire Mk.III

08 = Bottom Outer Main Plane

£275

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Original Seafire/Spitfire Airframe(pg2 air)

Here we have an original piece of airframe from a Supermarine Seafire XV.

It is a piece  from the bottom outer main plane. This Piece has the Supermarine Part Number 3770840

377 = Seafire Mk.XV

08 =Bottom Outer Main Plane

£75

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Supermarine Spitfire/Seafire Airframe 2(pg2 air)

Here we have a piece of Original Airframe from the Supermarine Spitfire

 I have identified a part number however the first part is obscured. The second part of the number is 564.

There is also a stamped circle with 368 written inside

£95

 

 

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Reproduction Spitfire seat part  (pg 2 air)

A Reproduction Spitfire seat part

£25

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Original Spitfire Mk.IX Engine Cowling(pg2 air)

Here we have an Original Engine Cowling from a Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX

It is a Large Recognisable Piece of the Spitfire and  has the Supermarine Part Number 36138

Supermarine Spitfire IX

361 = Spitfire Mk.IX

38 =Engine Cowling

£395

  Armaments

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Original Seafire/Spitfire Ammunition chute (pg3 arm)

Here we have an original Supermarine Ammunition chute.

The part number shown under identifies this piece as being first used in the Seafire Mk.III

This  would have also been used in subsequent marks of Spitfire and Seafire

This is in Good Condition with minimal rust. The Hinge opens and shuts freely and it has been given a coat of paint to protect the metal.

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Seafire III

Explanation of the Supermarine Part number  under

358 = Mk III Seafire fitted with Merlin 55M and 20mm Mk.V Hispano Cannons

62= Armament systems

£295

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Original Seafire/Spitfire Ammunition chute 2(pg3 arm)

Here we have an original Supermarine Ammunition chute.

The part number shown under identifies this piece as being first used in the Seafire Mk.III

This  would have also been used in subsequent marks of Spitfire and Seafire

This is in an Good Condition with a small amount of damage from rust. The Hinge opens and shuts however it is only attached at one place. It has been given a coat of paint to protect the metal.

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Explanation of the Supermarine Part number  under

358 = Mk III Seafire fitted with Merlin 55M and 20mm Mk.V Hispano Cannons

62= Armament systems

£275

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Original Seafire/Spitfire Ammunition chute 3(pg3 arm)

Here we have an original Supermarine Ammunition chute.

The part number shown under identifies this piece as being first used in the Seafire Mk.III

This  would have also been used in subsequent marks of Spitfire and Seafire

This is in an Good Condition with a small amount of damage from rust. The Hinge opens and shuts and it has been given a coat of paint to protect the metal.

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Explanation of the Supermarine Part number  under

358 = Mk III Seafire fitted with Merlin 55M and 20mm Mk.V Hispano Cannons

62= Armament systems

£295

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Original Spitfire Part with armament plug (pg2 air)

Here we have an original piece of airframe from a Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc. This includes an Armament plug attached by a bracket with some of the wiring loom

This has part number 34908

349 = Spitfire Mk.Vc

08 = Bottom Outer Main Plane

£75

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Original Spitfire Part with ammo chute (pg2 air)

Here we have an original piece of airframe from a Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX. This is a substantial piece with a lot of Supermarine part numbers.

It is a piece of the outer main plane with an ammo chute attached. Part Numbers Included are 36162341 and 34608690

There are brackets on this piece that look serviceable subject to the required checks

Spitfire IX

361 = Spitfire Mk.IX

62 = Armaments

£275

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Original Spitfire Part with ammo chute 2(pg2 air)

Here we have an original piece of airframe from a Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX. This is a substantial piece with a lot of Supermarine part numbers.

It is a piece of the outer main plane with an ammo chute attached.Supermarine Part Numbers Included are 36162341 and 34608690

There are brackets on this piece that look serviceable subject to the required checks

Spitfire IX

361 = Spitfire Mk.IX

62 = Armaments

£299

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Original Spitfire Rocker Gun Button (pg2 arm)

Here we have an original Spitfire twin rocker gun button introduced on cannon armed Spitfires enabling the Pilot to fire either cannons or MG's or both. . It is not complete and only includes the internal parts see the pictures..

£299

  Controls

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Spitfire Spade grip AH 8068 (pg1 cont)

This is a Spitfire Spade grip , it is the earliest production model fitted with the twin rocker cannon and MG firing button and was fitted to the Seafire, Spitfire Mks I B, II B, VB, VC, F.VI, VII, VIII, FIX, FXII, FXXI

 The grip has some restoration with a new covering and a reproduction brake lever in alloy. It has no filler and only some light pitting. There is surface rust on the parking brake.

Grip Reference AH 8068

Above the famous Australian MK VIII Spitfire Grey Goose

Above Mk II C Seafire

Above Mk VB Spitfire

£2200

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£195

 Original Spade grip  (pg1 cont)

This is a Spade grip of the Type used by Spitfires and Hurricanes

Unfortunately the part number has corroded so I cannot identify the type of aircraft it came from

 This requires restoration as it is extensively corroded but will make a good project

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Spitfire Mk I/II Spade grip (pg1 cont)

A high quality reproduction Spitfire spade grip in alloy. These are Primed and Finished in Black and Green

This type of grip was used through out the Battle of Britain until the introduction of 20mm cannon.

 £160

 

 

Reproduction Brake Lever

Used on the Spitfire, Hurricane and other RAF Fighters this a quality reproduction in alloy but needs some work to be completely accurate i.e. the holes to hold the cable are not done.

Reproduction Brake lever (pg1 cont)

 

£55

 

 

Brake grip attachment bolt (pg1 cont)

 

This is a bolt we have specially made which connects the brake lever to spade grips. As an example the Hurricane and Harvard shared a common grip the Harvard did not have a brake lever as it had toe brakes. The simple addition of the brake lever converts the grip to the Type used in Hurricanes. These bolts do fit other spade grip types as brake lever design seems to have been standard throughout the range. Despite being small they are quite complex and expensive to produce in small numbers.  

£35 each

 

 

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Spitfire Elevator trim chain  (pg1 cont)

This is a Spitfire elevator trim chain and attached cable in good condition.

490cm long/192 inches/16ft long

£155

Repro Spitfire Trim wheel (pg1 cont)

A reproduction Spitfire trim wheel in alloy.

£95

 

Repro Spitfire Elevator trim wheel (pg1 cont)

Right seen in situ on LHS Spitfire cockpit.

Spitfire Rudder trim tab (pg1 cont)

This is a reproduction Spitfire rudder trim tab cast in alloy, its not the best copy and needs some finishing but its the best available I can find at present.

£55

Spitfire throttle reproduction parts (pg1 cont)

 

These are one off  reproduction levers and plates for a Spitfire throttle in alloy. Its a good start towards creating the impossible to find and expensive Spitfire throttle.

Drawing of a Spitfire throttle

£155

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Spitfire Spade grip with camera button (pg2 cont)

Here we have a Spitfire Spade grip with a Twin Rocker Firing Button and a Camera button. Unfortunately the Part Number has worn off.

 This is in its original condition and we have not had any restoration work undertaken on it. There is some pitting on the grip at the base and on the back where the covering has come away.

The Twin Cannon and Machine Gun Firing Buttons Depress and return without sticking and the safety switch locks.

This also has an electrical button which is held in a bracket. This Bracket has number 1861 2AXG and says Camera Only.

The Button has Reference 5D/534 and it depresses and returns. This tells me it could have been used on a Photo Reconnaissance Spitfire

This Grip would have been used on a Cannon armed Spitfire so anything from the Mk.V Onwards

Supermarine Spitfire

£1800

Original Spitfire flap lever (pg2 cont)

Repro flap valve for Spitfire panel (pg2 cont)

Original Spitfire flap lever (pg2 cont)

This is superb original Spitfire flap lever. The valve operates. This is possibly the rarest item on the Spitfire instrument panel.

N/A

Repro flap valve for Spitfire panel (pg2 cont)

This is a reproduction flap lever for the Spitfire, Originals cost hundreds and are impossible to source. These reproduction flap levers are made of alloy and can be finished to a high standard with a little work or used as they are.

Seen in situ in a Spitfire cockpit under


£55

 

 

 

A Pair of MK 1 Spitfire Rudder Pedals

Quality recast in aluminium Mk 1 Spitfire rudder pedals they carry the part number 30033/447/9.

Please note these are NOT suitable for flying use.

£150

 


 

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  Spitfire Rudder Pedals(pg3 cont)

Quality reproduction recast in aluminium rudder pedals.

Used in all Mk's of Spitfire after the MK1 Allowed the pilot to withstand more G in Combat by putting his feet on the top bar.

Please note these are NOT suitable for flying use.

 

£355

 

  Canopy

Spitfire Mirror(pg1 Can)

This is superb mint condition original in its black finish these mirrors are made of brass, Spitfire Mirror used on late Mk II Spitfires through all following Mk's, its never been issued and is in its original box ideal for a flying restoration.

Stalks certified to flying standard will be available shortly.

£1200

Spitfire Round mirror stalk (pg1 Can)

These are high quality new made mirror stalks for the round type Spitfire mirror. They are made of heat treated LM 25 aluminium and suitable for flying aircraft, indistinguishable from the real thing. If you buy one of these with a mirror above the price will be discounted to £200.

£250

Spitfire MK I Mirror (pg1 Can)

This mirror is new and has never been fitted in its original black finish. I has two very small marks on the glass see the picture left but this does not detract from its superb condition. A very rare piece used in the early Spitfires and Hurricanes in the Battle of France and the Battle of Britain , later superseded by the round type mirror this item is 100% original. It is marked with  A/M Kings crown.

£1200

Mk I/II Spitfire Mirror stalk (pg1 Can)

 

Reproduction stalk for the early square type mirror in alloy. Will require a hole drilled to fit.

 

 

 

£70

 

Spitfire low back fairing (pg1 Can)

This is an original fairing from a MK XIV  bubble canopy low back spitfire in good condition with no visible corrosion.

Spitfire Part number 37930/69

£325

Spitfire crowbar (pg1 Can)

An exact copy of the crow bar which was clipped to the Spitfire door for use in emergencies when the canopy jammed.

£80

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Seen in situ under in a Spitfire door.

Clips for holding the crowbar available below

Original Spitfire crowbar (pg1 Can)

This is a complete original crowbar for the spitfire with a hollow tube and two solid ends.

£495

similar clips for pipe work available here link

Original Spitfire crowbar clips (pg1 Can)

Clips for attaching the crow bar to the Spitfire door original and in excellent condition.

£20 per set of two

  Fuel Systems

Currently out of stock more soon.

K Gass Spitfire Fitting Brackets (pg1 fuel)

Re manufactured bracket for fixing the K Gass pump to the Cockpit Bulkhead of the Spitfire. Plate attaches to the bulkhead and the K Gass attaches to the spacers as seen left.  Click picture under to enlarge.

  Spitfire Only Instruments

BACK IN STOCK 06/03/09

 

Reproduction Spitfire trim gauge (Instruments 17 Trim gauge 1A)

A top quality REPRODUCTION Spitfire trim gauge.

This is a copy of the rarest of instruments. Only made for Spitfires this part carried the Supermarrine 300 code number. This really is a superb gauge in a period case. This instrument was made by one of our suppliers in New Zealand. The donor gauges were sent out to NZ completed and sent back so have already travelled about 24,000 miles by air!. you will not be disappointed. You can undo the bezel and point the needle any where you want if required.

£79

 

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Spitfire reproduction undercarriage indicators (Page16 Undercarriage indicators 13)

Superb reproduction undercarriage indicator for the Spitfire. These are a great alternative for the rare and expensive originals. The blinds do not work as this is extremely complicated to replicate but they look superb and once mounted in a panel are hard to tell apart. We are working on an improved version with bulb holders to be announced.

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£295

It is interesting to see the Spitfire evolution from MK1 to F22 and the changes in fuel gauges listed under.

MK I Spitfire

MK V Spitfire

MK IX Spitfire

ORIGINAL 37 Gallon Spitfire Fuel gauge (Instruments pg 8 Fuel gauges 19)

This is a mint Holy Grail of fuel gauges a 100% original and genuine Spitfire ONLY Smiths 37 gallon fuel gauge. This instrument is very rare  being  a unique Spitfire only part.

 It is a 12volt model as it should be being fitted to every MK of Spitfire until being replaced in the MK XIV onwards.

£699

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Original 37 Gallon Spitfire Fuel gauge (Instruments pg 8 Fuel gauges 49)

 

100% original and genuine Spitfire Smiths 37 gallon fuel gauge. This instrument is very rare  being  a unique Spitfire only part.

 

£599

  Instrument Panels

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Spitfire Mk1/11 Instrument panel (pg21 instruments)

This is a reproduction instrument panel for the MK I/II Spitfire. painted in etch primer ready for paint.

Mk 1/11 Panel  unpainted

£215

This panel is supplied as standard with the later Square type oxy regulator. 

Mk IX Panel  unpainted

£215

Mk IX Spitfire instrument panel (pg21 Instruments)

The German Focke-Wulf FW 190 single-seat fighter appeared suddenly and in large numbers in the skies over Northern France during the summer of 1941. Britain scrambled to create an airplane equal to this powerful, agile, high-altitude adversary. The Mk VIII, a much-refined version of the Mk V, was only in the early stages of production, and it was put on hold. Instead, as a temporary stop gap measure beginning in 1942, Vickers fitted Spitfire Mk Vs with a larger Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, a two-stage supercharger, intercooler, and a four-bladed propeller. This stopgap Spitfire, the Mk IX, actually stayed in production through 1944, and was produced in much larger numbers (5,665) than the Mk VIII (1,658). There were three versions of the Mk IX: the LF (low-altitude) had a clipped wing; the F was the standard fighter version; and the HF (high-altitude) had extended wings and a pressurized cockpit.

Mk IX Spitfire panel complete with supercharger plate. This panel is supplied as standard with the later Square type oxy regulator.

 

Mk IX Panel only painted

£225

Blind flying panel rectangular (pg 21 ins) 

Here we have a rectangular reproduction Blind flying panel in alloy. Painted and ready for the fitting of instruments. Currently only one in stock.

£85

Blind flying panel Curved top (pg 21 ins) 

Here we have a curved top reproduction Blind flying panel in alloy. Painted and ready for the fitting of instruments. Currently only one in stock.

£85

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Original Blind flying panel  (pg 21 ins) 

Here is an original Blind flying panel with some fittings. It is in excellent A1 condition and should fly again subject to the required checks.

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£399

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MK IX Spitfire

Spitfire Blind flying panel complete with instruments (pg 21 ins) 

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Here we have a curved top reproduction Blind flying panel in alloy. Complete with all the instruments suitable for all Mk's of Spitfire from the MK V onwards. All the instruments should be flush to the panel and this will be done with spacers before sending on to the customer. All instruments are original and correct and as they should be with a 480 MPH ASI for the Spitfire in war time configuration..

£995

Reproduction Spitfire Cockpit label 1 (pg 21 ins) 

Quality reproduction of a Spitfire Cockpit label.

These are Panel and Cockpit labels .Faithful reproduction fitted to the main instruments panel and other locations in the Spitfire Cockpit. Quality engraved on the correct thickness alloy 

 £22

 

Reproduction Spitfire Cockpit label 2 (pg 21 ins) 

Quality reproduction of a Spitfire Cockpit label.

These are Panel and Cockpit labels .Faithful reproduction fitted to the main instruments panel and other locations in the Spitfire Cockpit. Quality engraved on the correct thickness alloy 

 £35

 

Reproduction Spitfire Cockpit label 3 (pg 21 ins) 

Quality reproduction of a Spitfire Cockpit label.

These are Panel and Cockpit labels .Faithful reproduction fitted to the main instruments panel and other locations in the Spitfire Cockpit. Quality engraved on the correct thickness alloy 

 £22

 

Reproduction Spitfire Cockpit label 4 (pg 21 ins) 

Quality reproduction of a Spitfire Cockpit label.

These are Panel and Cockpit labels .Faithful reproduction fitted to the main instruments panel and other locations in the Spitfire Cockpit. Quality engraved on the correct thickness alloy 

 £22

Reproduction Spitfire Cockpit label 5 (pg 21 ins) 

Quality reproduction of a Spitfire Cockpit label.

These are Panel and Cockpit labels .Faithful reproduction fitted to the main instruments panel and other locations in the Spitfire Cockpit. Quality engraved on the correct thickness alloy 

 £35

Reproduction Spitfire Cockpit label 6 (pg 21 ins) 

Quality reproduction of a Spitfire Cockpit label.

These are Panel and Cockpit labels .Faithful reproduction fitted to the main instruments panel and other locations in the Spitfire Cockpit. Quality engraved on the correct thickness alloy 

 £22

 

Reproduction Spitfire Cockpit label 7 (pg 21 ins) 

Quality reproduction of a Spitfire Cockpit label.

These are Panel and Cockpit labels .Faithful reproduction fitted to the main instruments panel and other locations in the Spitfire Cockpit. Quality engraved on the correct thickness alloy 

 £15

 Spitfire Mk XIV Panel plan (pg 21 ins) 

Full scale 1 to 1 plan of a Mk XIV instrument panel.

 £25

  Lighting

5C/1147 or Supermarine number 30036/421


 

Spitfire tail lens (pg1 light)

These are incredibly rare original new old stock Spitfire ONLY parts that carry the Supermarine part number and were only made and fitted to Spitfires. I have been lucky to find a small number of these parts and the price reflects the rarity of the item.

£176 each

  Miscellaneous
Samples from the book.

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Original Castle Bromwich Spitfire factory Entertainment minutes book (pg1 Misc)

This is a historically important and unique document 100% original it has been in my private collection for many years.

It contains the minutes of the CBAF entertainment committee from  8th September 1943  to the 21st September 1944.

A unique insight into the social side of the factory which was a serious business with some big entertainers of the day performing for the factory workers.

Included is an original ARP wardens badge presumably belonging to one of the committee and a really nice telegram headed  Vickers Armstrong's LTD (Aircraft section) Castle Bromwich works Birmingham complaining about arrangements for Ensa. 

Also there is a photograph of the substantial entertainment  committee.

 It contains over 50 hand written pages. The members of the committee almost certainly all worked at the factory in various roles and would be worth further investigation.

Castle Bromwich was the main factory for the production of Spitfires and also made Lancasters throughout WWII. It had a huge work force on shift work working 24 hrs a day.

it is estimated that 11,780 Spitfires were made in Castle Bromwich, nearly half of all those built.

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Castle Bromwich Airfield

 

£1195

Support Shelf For camera

Support Shelf For Camera (pg3 Misc)

Genuine Spitfire parts for holding the Camera in the Spit's fuselage.

£250

  Pilot Equipment

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Supermarine Spitfire Seat Armour 1 (pg1Pilot Equipment)

Here we have a piece of Seat Armour from the Supermarine Spitfire

This has the  Supermarine Part Number 35962 which shows that it was used on the Mk.21 Spitfire onwards

356 = Spitfire 21

62 = Armament

Supermarine Spitfire 21

£299

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Supermarine Seafire / Spitfire Armour Plate (pg1Pilot Equipment)

Here we have a piece of Armour Plate as Used on the  Supermarine Seafire

This has the  Supermarine Part Number 37727. This shows that is was used on the Mk. XV Seafire Onwards

377 = Seafire XV

27 = Main Fuselage / Hull

Supermarine Seafire XV

 

£799

 

Battle of Britain Spitfire Seat (pg1 Pilot)

Spitfire Spares exclusively offers this superb reproduction of a pre 1940 Spitfire Pilots seat. You can see from the pictures the quality is second to none and a credit to the team that put these superb creations together.

Spitfires flown in the Battle of Britain and manufactured before March 1940 were fitted with the earlier all metal version cockpit seat.  In the factories, the metal seats were fitted to Mk I & IIs and many of those converted to Mk Vs. During the war the metal seat variant found its way into many of the later Mks of Spitfire and (today, some airworthy Spitfires fit the early metal version  due to its inherently stronger design in preference to the more common later brown 'compressed paper' version.)

Picture under shows the metal type seat attached to frame 11, ready for installation in a Spitfire under restoration.

Using Supermarine drawings and measurements from original items we have recently finalised accurate Jigs to re-manufacture these Spitfire seats.   We can now manufacture new seats which are extremely accurate and faithful to those that would  have originally been fitted to early Spitfires.


Being totally hand crafted, it has proved hugely time consuming to make. So please be aware that due to the labour intensive methods used these seats will be available in very limited numbers.



The seats manufactured are all aluminium as illustrated here.
They are manufactured from 16-18 swg Aircraft Grade aluminium Material. For accuracy the pattern parts are marked & cut using template dimensions from original drawings.

The aluminium is then heat worked, hammered, rolled, press formed folded and finally Englished wheeled, to form all the complex curves. All surfaces and edges are then finished. Components are then jig clamped, riveted,  and finally *coated in aircraft oxide matt green.


This is an extremely difficult piece of the Spitfire aircraft to get in such accurate and correct materials. The seat offered here will obviously make completion of a cockpit or aircraft rebuild significantly easier.

*Seats are supplied unpainted, but can be provided coated in Oxide Matt green on request and confirmation of order for additional charge of £25.

Price on application contact me

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Pilots Seat AS2142 (pg2 Pilot)

Here we have a post war Pilots Seat. This is marked with Part Number AS2142

This was a generic seat used in a variety of aircraft before the use of Ejector Seats. It was used in such aircraft as the Fairey Gannet, DeHavilland Vampire, Percival Prentice, Fouger Magister and was also in use as an instructors seat in the English Electric Canberra.

The Seat is in a good original condition and it has no cracks or marks.

This type of seat is used in one of the Fighter Collections late MK Spitfires .

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£850

  Propellers

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Watts Propeller (pg1 prop)

This is a Watts propeller. This type of propeller was used on very early Spitfire's the protype, Mk1 and Hurricane Mk1 in very limited numbers. They were soon replaced by the three bladed variable pitch props. I believe this type of prop was fitted to the late 1930s fighters such as the Gladiator. Hand made using traditional methods by our craftsman. They are marked correctly with period stamps. We only use good quality Ash and Mahogany. I do not like to call it a repro or copy as it does not do it justice and suggests they are somehow inferior to the ones produced in the early 1930s which it is not. It is made to original specs and identical in every way to the ones made 70 years ago, using the same labour intensive techniques. The laminate's are locked using dowels and traditional glue. It took our craftsman 10 days to make this awesome propeller. They are not massed produced. We have a large inventory of  Propeller's. We can produce props to your specification in materials and glue if you wish to get them approved for flying. This one is balanced but for sale as DISPLAY ONLY

£1200 Made to order

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Mk. XV Seafire

 

£1200

Apply for a postage quote before purchase by Contacting Us.

 

Mk XV Seafire propeller Blade (pg1 prop)

Here we have a superb prop blade from a MK XV Seafire. This blade is in good condition and has been stripped back to bear wood and then primed and painted. It is a very collectable item and extremely rare to find one in this condition. It comes with its own purpose built stand made of brass and wood

The Seafire F. Mk XV, was powered by a Griffon VI single-stage supercharger, rated at 1,850 hp (1,379 kW) at 2,000 ft ) driving a 10 ft 5 in Rotol propeller. Designed in response to Specification N.4/43 this appeared to be a navalised Spitfire F MK XIII ; in reality the Mk XV was an amalgamation of a strengthened Seafire III airframe and wings with the wing fuel tanks, retractable tail wheel, larger elevators and broad-chord "pointed" rudder of the Spitfire VIII. In addition, the engine cowling was different to that of the Spitfire XII series, being secured with a larger number of fasteners and lacking the acorn shaped blister behind the spinner. The final 30 Mk XVs were built with the blown "teardrop" cockpit canopy and cut down rear fuselage introduced on the Spitfire Mk XVI. On the first 50 aircraft manufactured by Cunliffe-Owen a heavier, strengthened A-frame arrestor hook was fitted to cope with the greater weight, On subsequent Mk XVs a new form of "sting" type arrestor hook was used; this version was attached to the reinforced rudder post at the rear of the fuselage and was housed in a fairing below the base of the shortened rudder. A vee-shaped guard forward of the tail wheel prevented arrestor wires getting tangled up with the tail wheel.

 

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Supermarine Spitfire Propeller Blade (pg1 prop)                 

Here we have a Supermarine Spitfire Propeller Blade from a Spitfire Mk.2

They are Original and still have the Gearing on the bottom of the Prop

The propeller used on the Mk.21 was a Rotol hydraulic, type R.14/5F5/2, with 5 wooden blades.

The Drawing Number for these Blades is RA.10129

With the Mk.21 the classification of Spitfire marks swapped from Roman to Arabic numerals. The wing of the Spitfire had changed very little during the aircraft's development. However, with the Mk 21 the elliptical wing gave way to a new one with blunted tips and changes to the flaps and ailerons. The wing was made even stronger and carried four 20mm cannon. The fuselage was redesigned and the whole airframe was heavier than previous Spitfires, meaning the undercarriage had to be made more robust. The wheels were now fully covered by undercarriage doors in flight (this had been a feature of Mitchell`s first prototype Spitfire and the prototype Mk III but was not adopted on any production Spitfire before the 21). The usual engine was a Griffon 61 or 64 with a five bladed prop, although a few were fitted with the Griffon 85 with six blades in two sets of three rotating in different directions (known as a contra-rotating propeller) to use fully the 2,375 hp of the Griffon. The Mk 21 kept the normal bulged cockpit. When first introduced the Mk 21 had bad control characteristics, these were cured by modifications to rudder and elevators. 122 were produced.

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.21

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£799 each

We have 3 Matching Propellers Available

  Relics
At 14.10 hours. Squadron Leader A.G.Page led six 132 Squadron Spitfires off from Detling on another Ranger, briefed to sweep from Eindhoven to Munster.

 Geoffrey Page had been shot down and severely burned on 12th August 1940 when his 56 Squadron Hurricane had set on fire by cross-fire from Do17s. Rushed to hospital, he became one of Sir Archibald Mclndoe's 'guinea pigs' at the new plastic surgery department of East Grinstead hospital. The next two years had been spent in hospital, where he underwent a dozen painful operations, and then he returned to duty, first going to the Air Fighting Development Unit, thence to 122 Squadron and then, in January 1944, taking command of 132 Squadron.

 During his time in hospital he had resolved to destroy one German aircraft for every operation that he had undergone. His score was, at this time, four destroyed and 'shares' in three more, so he had some way to go to reach his twelve.

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Arnhem page link

This and the following relics were purchased by Spitfire Spares from the person who, excavated the aircraft.

You will receive a certificate which each piece purchased.

All steel artefacts will be treated with preservative.

M J Series Spitfire M J 250 shown above

£35

Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 1)

The following pieces are relic's recovered from the crash site of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron by Dutch aviation archaeologists.

 As the flight approached Deelen airfield, he saw his chance to improve. A Bf 110 night-fighter was approaching the airfield, its nose bristling with radar aerials, and Page called 'Tally ho!' and led the flight down on it, picking up speed. 
   The Messerschmitt was from Stab./NJG 1, flown by Hauptmann Hans-Joachim Jabs, who had taken command of the Geschwader on 1st March. He already had 45 victories to his credit and had won the Ritterkreuz with Eichenlaub (Oak Leaves) on 24th March. He hadn't fought Spitfires since the heady days of 1940, but, warned by his gunner, he was ready for them.   The Spitfires were going far too fast for accurate shooting and as Jabs broke, they overshot.
One Spitfire swung into his gunsight and he took a snap shot, the heavy armament hitting Spitfire MJ170 flown by Pilot Officer R.B. Pullin, which went down in flames, too low for the pilot to bale out.  Reefing his Spitfire around, Flying Officer J.J. Caulton came back at Jabs head-on, felt cannon shells smacking into his aircraft and the engine stopped dead. He glided around and bellied MJ639 on the grass of Deelen airfield. Page, less headstrong, had curved around behind the 110 and now opened fire.  Jabs knew that he had no chance of escape, nosed down, and also belly-landed on Deelen airfield, where he met John Caulton. Geoffrey Page had one less German aircraft to hunt down

 More information about Deelan and airfield markers from Deelen can be found here.

Under is a Picture taken after the fight far left is Major jabs and third from the left is Flying Officer J.J. Caulton

Under is a letter given to Flying Officer J.J. Caulton it was a kind of order to the German troops to take care of him on a proper way during the transport to the Stalag (prisoner camp).

Under a picture of Spitfire M J 639 being inspected by major Jabs.

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 2)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

£35

     

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 3)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

This carries the Spitfire part number 330/60/232

60=Wing tip skid

£45

      

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 4)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

Battery connection

£35

       

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 5)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

£25

        

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 6)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

£35

         

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 7)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

£25

      

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 10)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

 

This is a 20mm cannon ammunition link

£25

         

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 11)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

 

Cowling fastener

£25

           

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 12)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

 

Cowling fastener

£25

             

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 13)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

 

Radiator temperature gauge

£45

               

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 14)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

 

 

£25

                

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 17)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

Airframe skinning

£25

                  

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 18)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

 

£25

                       

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Spitfire Mk IX MJ 170 (pg 2 relic nos 19)

This is a relic of Spitfire MK IX MJ 170 132 Squadron

£25

                        

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 40)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

 Piece of the Merlin 55 Engine

£25

      

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 41)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

pieces from the pilot seat

£25

      

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 42)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Piece of the Merlin 55 Engine

£25

      

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 43)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Piece of the Merlin 55 Engine

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 44)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

 Bottom of a Flare Gun Cartridge

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 45)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

 Cog From the Merlin 55 Engine

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 46)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 47)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Piece From the Merlin 55 Engine

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 48)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 49)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

 Battery Terminal

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 50)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 51)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 52)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 53)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 54)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 55)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Parts of the Directional Indicator

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 56)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 57)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 58)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

This has a Part Number 30008

This Means it is form the Bottom Outer Main Plane

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 59)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

section of the cowling

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 60)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 61)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

battery connector

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 62)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 63)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

 battery connector

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 64)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Remains of the Gun Button from the Spade Grip

£50

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 65)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 66)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Aircraft Skinning

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 67)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 68)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 69)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 70)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Perspex From the Canopy

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 71)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Battery Terminal

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 72)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Radio Plug

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 73)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 74)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Fuse Box

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 75)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 76)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 77)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 78)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

 Bottom from a Flare Gun Cartridge

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 79)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 80)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 81)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

 pieces of the armoured  windscreen

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 82)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

 Pieces of the Perspex Canopy

£25

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 83)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

capillary from one of the instruments

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 84)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

Part of the Harness

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk.III NN618 (pg 2 relic nos 85)

This is a Relic from Seafire NN618

£15

       

 

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Seafire Mk III NN 618 Catapult Hook (pg 3 relic nos 1)

This is a substantial piece unique to the Seafire it is the the catapult hook see the picture under.

Mk III Seafire

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This aircraft had a short career it was built at the end of the War 1-2-1945 and was used as a training aircraft at Yeovilton naval air base in Somerset and crashed on the 20-06-1945 during a training flight 2 miles North East of Wincanton. The pilot was thrown clear but was killed.

We purchased this and other parts direct from the licence holder who excavated the aircraft. None of this aircraft has been released for sale any where else, the previous owner who has excavated several aircraft over many years is now selling his collection to finance other projects.

 

£275

         

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Seafire Mk III NN 618 Gun Breach (pg 3 relic nos 2)

 

This gun breach was recovered from the crash site of Seafire NN 618.

 In later fighters the .303 Browning was replaced with the heavier 50 calibre and this breach is from that gun.

The 50 cal see in situ under next to the 20mm cannon.

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£175

         

  Undercarriage

Original Spitfire Undercarriage lever (pg1 UC)

Here we an original Spitfire undercarriage lever with some internal parts. It has some corrosion but would be perfect for a static rebuild or as a pattern. Very rare item complete units are like gold dust and worth many thousands of pounds.

£395

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Spitfire Undercarriage lever 2 (pg1 UC)

 

Here is an original Spitfire undercarriage lever in good condition.

£155

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£125

Spitfire Undercarriage lock (pg1 UC)

Here is an original Spitfire undercarriage lock it in excellent condition it forms part of the Spitfires main undercarriage.

Part number 356 26 59

356 is the Spitfire MK 21, 22 and 24  shown under, the last Spitfire series made and fitted with a Griffon Engine

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Spitfire undercarriage leg (pg1 UC)

This is a complete Spitfire undercarriage leg, it has been restored to display or static use, it has some pitting but has no filler what so ever, its all metal.

£700

Tyres are 7.50 X 10. 1/4

Serial number apppears to be LF 180373/1

These are heavy you can collect but otherwise contact us before purchases for an accurate shipping cost.

Spitfire/Hurricane main wheels (pg1 UC)

Here is a pair of main wheels for the Spitfire and or Hurricane. The hubs are in good shape with no heavy corrosion, the tyres are not great one has a large tear and is US. The wheels have some remnants of light blue paint and they be from a photo recon PRU Spitfire.

Shown above and below a PRU Spit note the colour on the hub under is a close match.

£850

Shown under and right  the MK VII c Spitfire

The Mk VII was a pressurised fighter. It had a more advanced pressurisation system than the Mk VI, using a sliding cockpit canopy, which was more popular than the locked cockpit on the Mk VI. The best high altitude version of the Mk VII was powered by the Merlin 71, and could reach 416mph at 44,000 ft. The Mk VII remained in production from August 1942 until early in 1944, although only 140 aircraft were produced in that time. The Mk VII was a little more successful than the earlier MK VI but the “interim” Mk IX turned out to be capable of operating high altitude itself, and the Mk VII soon lost its special status as a high altitude fighter, although it remained in use throughout the war.

MK VII Spitfire Undercarriage switch (Nos 2 Electrical switches page 2 ele)

This is an original undercarriage indicator switch taken from a MK VII Spitfire  it was fitted with a supplementary plate stamped with the Supermarine Spitfire part nos.

Supermarine code  35134 13 6

351 denotes a MK VII Spitfire

34 denotes instrument panel

£225

 


       

 


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