Classified adds for Customers
New for July 2009
Are you fed up with paying huge fees to EBay and not
realising the full value of you investment?
If so we have an alternative for you. At Spitfire spares we
get offered many valuable items and as much as I would love to buy them all
funds aren't always available.
For the benefit of ourselves our customers I have decided
to offer this service.
We will advertise your item for sale on this page. Number
one its FREE, you can have as many pictures as you like FREE. You Add will run
for as long as it takes to sell FREE.
All you have to do is send us an email with a description
and pictures cropped to 300 wide, some items may merit bigger pictures and we
can hyperlink these if required.
You tell us what you want for the part and we will add a
bit on to cover our costs. When the item is purchased you will be paid by
paypal, cheque of bank transfer, including a payment for postage. If you are a
new customer then we will require a scan of the postal receipt before releasing
All items must be sent by recorded delivery no exceptions.
We will vet all adds and reserve the right to refuse to
list if we feel the description is incorrect or misleading. Unlike EBay we won't
advertise every aircraft part as coming from a Spitfire.
Of coarse if you want to sell an item immediately we will
still consider its purchase.
Contact us with your add by clicking here
I wish to sell a part immediately contact US
We hope you find this
F5 Hawker Siddeley Hunter control stick (class 1)
Shipping to be arranged
Hispano Aero Engine (pg1 Class)
This engine is
unused and was made before the war. During the war, it was
hidden, with some others, behind a bricked up wall in the
Hispano factory in
only rediscovered in recent times. Ideal for a 7/8 scale
Spitfire or maybe even an aero engine car special. It is
the smaller version and is the 2X CRS 690 horse power model.
I cannot verify the internal condition, but apart from
storage deterioration, it seems unused. Will need a complete
strip down and clean before use in an aircraft. Not sure
what it would have been fitted to, possibly Dewoitine D.501
WW2 French fighter.
Left a A Dewoitine Fighter