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Welcome to the Panel page. This page lists all our currently available Repro panels and fittings for the Spitfire and the Lancaster.

Page 1 Instruments home.  Page 2 Airspeed indicators.    Page 3 Altimeters.    Page four Boost gauges.    Page five Clocks and compasses. Page Six Climb and descend.          Page 7 Directional indicators    

 Page 8 Fuel gauges        Page 9 Flap Indicators  Page 10 Brake Gauges   Page 11 Oxygen gauges  Page 12 Pressure gauges   Page13 Revolution Counters   Page 14 temperature gauges

  Page 15 Turn and slip and artificial Horizon  Page 16 Undercarriage indicators

Instruments for these panels can be collected in our parts/instruments and electrical section.

PLEASE NOTE. Panels are sold for display purposes only, flying aircraft require passing by a qualified engineer and must be made of a specified grade of material.

Original panels  from crashed aircraft can be found on the relics page link here

The Mk I Spitfire cockpit    

The first Spitfire Prototype Cockpit.

Hawker Hurricane panel plan(pg21 instruments)

He we have a dimensional plan for the Hawker Hurricane main instrument panel. IT is NOT 1;1 scale but has all the dimensions you need to built the full size article. Ata guess I would say the plan is 1/2 scale. Hurricanes are one of the hardest aircraft to get drawings and its taken allot of searching to obtain this. You will receive good quality readable copy.

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Lancaster panel plan (pg21 Instruments)

He we have a  plan for the Lancaster instrument panel. IT is NOT 1;1 scale.

 At a guess I would say the plan is 1/3 scale.

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Spitfire compass tray (Pg 5 Compasses and Clocks 45)

Now available exact replicas of the Spitfire compass tray, this is a very difficult piece to replicate these are perfect copies made using original drawings they will be supplied painted.

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450 Available for sale now in instruments clocks and compasses section

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Avro Lancaster Main Instrument Panel (pg21 Instruments)

He we have a  Lancaster Main Instrument Panel.

This is a Superb Quality Laser Cut  Reproduction Panel

This is Made of Aluminium and Primed and Painted Black

We have Original Instruments Available if Required

400

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Hawker Hurricane instrument panel 2(pg21ins)

This is  superb quality reproduction Hurricane main instrument pane

 The Hurricane panel is in two pieces and was originally attached to the airframe.

We have Blind Flying Panels Available and have  the original instruments available to complete this panel if required.

185

Original P51 Mustang panel (pg21 ins)

This is an original P51 Mustang instrument panel.

This was used in a post war privately owed aircraft and thus varies from the standard wartime layout. It still has stencilling present.

299

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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

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

Mk IX Panel  unpainted

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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

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P-47 Thunderbolt Instrument Panel (pg21 Instruments)

This is a Reproduction Instrument Panel for the P-47 Thunderbolt

This needs the Bolt holes to be Drilled

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.

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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.

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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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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..

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Complete B17 "Flying Fortress" Instrument Panel (pg 21 ins) 

Here we have a  Nice Example of a Completed B17 "Flying Fortress Panel. The Panel includes all Original Instruments. The panel  itself is a reproduction

The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress is a four-engine heavy bomber aircraft developed in the 1930s for the United States Army Air Corps (USAAC). Competing against Douglas and Martin for a contract to build 200 bombers, the Boeing entry outperformed both competitors and exceeded the Air Corps' expectations. Although Boeing lost the contract because the prototype crashed, the Air Corps was so impressed with Boeing's design that they ordered 13 more B-17s for further evaluation. From its introduction in 1938, the B-17 Flying Fortress evolved through numerous design advances.

The B-17 was primarily employed by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) in the daylight precision strategic bombing campaign of World War II against German industrial and military targets. The United States Eighth Air Force, based at many airfields in southern England, and the Fifteenth Air Force, based in Italy, complemented the RAF Bomber Command's nighttime area bombing in the Combined Bomber Offensive to help secure air superiority over the cities, factories and battlefields of Western Europe in preparation for the invasion of France in 1944. The B-17 also participated to a lesser extent in the War in the Pacific, early in World War II, where it conducted raids against Japanese shipping and airfields.

From its pre-war inception, the USAAC (later USAAF) touted the aircraft as a strategic weapon; it was a potent, high-flying, long-range bomber that was able to defend itself, and to return home despite extensive battle damage. Its reputation quickly took on mythic proportions, and widely circulated stories and photos of notable numbers and examples of B-17s surviving battle damage increased its iconic status.With a service ceiling greater than any of its Allied contemporaries, the B-17 established itself as an effective weapons system, dropping more bombs than any other U.S. aircraft in World War II. Of the 1.5 million metric tons of bombs dropped on Germany and its occupied territories by U.S. aircraft, 640,000 tonnes were dropped from B-17s
Some of the first aircraft were delivered to the United Kingdom, but soon after the outbreak of war the majority of flying training units were moved to Canada, Southern Rhodesia and the United States. This made room for operational aircraft in Great Britain and provided safer conditions for training

Postage is NOT Included in the Cart. We can Post WORLDWIDE you should contact us directly for postage Requirements

1995

 

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Link Trainer panel (pg 21 ins) 

Here is a nice project for someone, a link trainer instrument panel with some instruments and switches included.

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Blind flying panel fittings (pg 21 ins) 

Here we have a set of original pipes and fittings for the blind flying panel in new unused condition,. As far as I can tell its a complete set but what you see is what you get.

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Lancaster DR and LR main instrument panel bracket  (pg 21 ins) 

This is the bracket which sits above the Lancaster main instrument panel and holds the DR compass and L/R homing indicator. New made to exact original dimensions.

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Hydraulic system plate  (pg 21 ins) 

I do not know to which aircraft this was fitted can you help ID it? please email me

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Original Blind flying panel brackets (pg 21 ins) 

This is not a complete set but in mint unused condition what you see is what you get.

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Original Blind flying panel brackets 2 (pg 21 ins) 

Here we have a set of Blind Flying Panel Brackets.

The Mounts are New Made However the Brackets Are Original

The Brackets Have the Part Number 493938

 Blind flying panel bracket (pg 21 ins) 

Here we have a f Bracket that Connects to the Blind Flying Panel

These are Made from Cast Aluminium

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 Blind flying panel bracket 2 (pg 21 ins) 

Here we have a Bracket that Connects to the Blind Flying Panel

These are Made from Cast Aluminium

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 Repro flap valve for Spitfire panel NEW FOR 2017 (pg2 cont)

These reproduction flap levers have been a long time coming. They are a vast improvement over the cast alloy ones we had previously.

They are perfect copies of the visible section of the flap valve and are completely machined from steel by hand.

They contain a piston and a spring so that they snap crisply up and down as in the original. I am confident there is not another reproduction of this quality currently being produced.

They have a nice heavy feel to them and will complete your Spitfire panel to the highest standard.

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The piece shown above was used in the MK V onwards

On demand we can also supply the type used in the early Spitfires which had a more angular bracket see below.

Available in controls page 2 link here

If you require the early version please contact me to order.

Spitfire Reproduction Trim Gauge (pg 21 ins) 

This is a reproduction of the trim gauge from a Spitfire. The originals cannot be found and if they do surface change hands at 2000+.

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Lancaster labels (pg21 ins)

Lancaster labels for various positions including the main instrument panel. These are top quality reproductions the correct size and style printed direct on to stiff plastic sheet but still easy to cut. You will need to either use glue or use small bolts to attach them.

Set of three supplied as pictured.

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Lancaster flight engineers labels (pg 21 ins) 

These are top quality reproductions the correct size and style printed direct on to stiff plastic sheet but still easy to cut. You will need to either use glue or use small bolts to attach them.

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Complete set as shown

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Reproduction BFP Brackets (pg 21 ins) 

Repro brackets which fit the Blind flying panel to the main instrument panels. Suitable for use on all our panels. Set of three

Currently out of stock more available soon

Lancaster flight engineers labels (pg 21 ins65nbsp;l (pg 21 ins) 

These came with a lot of spitfire parts although I am unable to identify what aircraft they belong to if you know email me please and I will update the website. One thing for sure they are 100% original parts

N/A

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. Made from hard plastic which resembles Bakolite.

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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. Made from hard plastic which resembles Bakolite.

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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. Made from hard plastic which resembles Bakolite.

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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. Made from hard plastic which resembles Bakolite.

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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. Made from hard plastic which resembles Bakolite.

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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. Made from hard plastic which resembles Bakolite.

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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. Made from hard plastic which resembles Bakolite.

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 Spitfire Mk XIV Panel plan (pg 21 ins) 

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

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F W 190 Panel plan (pg 21 ins) 

Full scale 1 to 1 plan of a FW 190 instrument panel.

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Original overhead panel 1 from a C47 (pg 21 ins)

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Original overhead panel 2 from a C47 (pg 21 ins)

 

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Switches for the panels shown above (pg21 ins)

 5 each 6 available post free

C47 original label 1 (pg21 ins) 

 

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 C47 original label 2 (pg21 ins) 

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 C47 original label 3 (pg21 ins) 

 

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 C47 original label 4 (pg21 ins)  

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C47 original label 5 (pg21 ins)   

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 C47 original label 6 (pg21 ins)   

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 C47 original label 7 (pg21 ins)   

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Original C47 Dakota Panels and labels (pg 21 ins) 

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The American built Douglas C- 47 Dakota was adapted from the DC-3 Dakota commercial airliner. It was named the Douglas C-47 Skytrain by the US Army, designated the R4D by the USN, and was commonly referred to as "Gooney Bird" by American troops.

It was one of the most successful aircraft designed and built, and had great longevity. The last C-47 was retired from the American Air Force in 1975. The type was praised by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower amongst the most important instruments of victory in WWII. More than 13,300 of the DC-3 and C-47s in all its forms were built - this included Japanese and Soviet production.

Prime use of this aircraft was for transport, but also for reconnaissance or even as gunship's by the Americans.  It was commonly used to carry personnel and cargo, tow gliders (usually one Waco CG-4A), and drop paratroopers. The need to take supplies over the Himalayas led to the C-47B version with higher horsepower engines. Among the unusual variants of the C-47 was one where the engines were removed and it was converted into a glider and another that was equipped with floats.

Only two Dakota IV saw service with the Fleet Air Arm in WW2, although the type was in service with the FAA later in 1945 and into 1946. FD904 served with 782 Northern Communication Squadron in 1944, which linked the Scottish RN air stations with Lee-on-Solent. At the Fleet Air Arm station at Wingfield in South Africa, 789 squadron, a Fleet Requirements Unit, possessed one Dakota from February 1945 until it disbanded in November 1945, when the aircraft was transferred to 799 squadron at Wingfield.

 C47 original label 8 (pg21 ins) 

  

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 C47 original label 9 (pg21 ins) 

 

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  C47 original label 10 (pg21 ins) 

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 C47 original label 11 (pg21 ins) 

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 C47 original label 12 (pg21 ins) 

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  C47 original label 13 (pg21 ins) 

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C47 original label 14 (pg21 ins) 

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A selection of original aircraft cockpit labels

Label 5(pg21 ins)

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Label 6(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 8(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 11(pg21 ins)

10

 

Label 13(pg21 ins)

10

 

Label 15(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 17(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 19(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 20(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 22(pg21 ins)

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A selection of original aircraft cockpit labels

Label 1(pg21 ins)

10

 

Label 2(pg21 ins)

10

 

Label 3(pg21 ins)

10

 

Label 4(pg21 ins)

10

 

Label 7(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 9(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 10(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 12(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 14(pg21 ins)

5

 

Label 16(pg21 ins)

10

 

Label 18(pg21 ins)

10

 

Label 21(pg21 ins)

10

 

Air intake label (pg21 ins)

20

 

Airscew label(pg21 ins)

20

 

 

Blind approach label(pg21 ins)

20

 

Blower label(pg21 ins)

20

 

Boost label (pg21 ins)

20

 

Extractor nuts (pg21 ins)

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Fire Ex (pg21 ins)

20

 

Flame Switch (pg21 ins)

20

 

Danger Chassis valve  (pg21 ins)

N/A

Flaps warning  (pg21 ins)

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Parachute stowage (pg21 ins)

Two available

20 each

 

Pyrometer (pg21 ins)

20

 

R.A.E Air (pg21 ins)

20

 

Oil return(pg21 ins)

20

 

Oil Feed (pg21 ins)

20

 

Vickers Wellington Cockpit labels (pg21 ins)

Here we have a fantastic selection of ORIGINAL Vickers Wellington Cockpit labels. The one in the picture is the one you will receive not a copy. I originally looked into having these labels copied but the cost of engraving etc is higher than the original value I place on these labels, so in effect you are buying an original for less than the cost of a new made copy.

RPM Generator (pg21 ins)

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Stow socket (pg21 ins)

20

 

Torpedo Sight (pg21 ins)

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Various instructions (pg21 ins)

25

 

V.S.G Cooling (pg21 ins)

20

 

H.I.O.P. (pg21 ins)

20

 

Ignition (pg21 ins)

20

 

Lubricate guides (pg21 ins)

20

 

Merlin X Instructions (pg21 ins)

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MOD Plate (pg21 ins)

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Nose turret suction (pg21 ins)

20

 

Nose turret delivery (pg21 ins)

20

 

The following labels are 100% accurate reproduction labels for the FW 190

FW 190 label 1 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 2 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 3 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 4 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 21 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 5 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 6 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 7 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 8 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 9 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 10 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 11 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 12 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 13 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 14 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 15 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 16 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 17 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 18 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 19 (pg21 ins)

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FW 190 label 20 (pg21 ins)

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  These are Original German Labels Recovered from around Arnhem

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Luftwaffe Label 1(pg21 ins)

This is a Electrical Diagram Label that would have been found in the FW190. It was recovered  in Alphen, Netherlands, 100km West of Arnhem

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Luftwaffe Label 2(pg21 ins)

This Label comes again from a FW190 that crashed in Alphen, Netherlands. I am unsure as to what this plate would have been used for.

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Luftwaffe Label 3(pg21 ins)

I am unsure as to which aircraft this is from. I do know that it was recovered from Zoelen, Netherlands about 44km west of Arnhem

Fl 22465

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Luftwaffe Label 4(pg21 ins)

Once again I am unsure as to which aircraft this is from Just that is was Recovered form Zoelen, Netherlands. The Literal Translation to the label is: Caution! remunerated
not heat treated

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Luftwaffe Label 5(pg21 ins)

This is a Electrical Label used in an ME109 Recovered at Lobith, Netherlands. Approximately  27km From Arnhem

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Luftwaffe Label 6(pg21 ins)

Here is another Electrical  Label recovered from an ME109 also at Lobith, Netherlands

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Luftwaffe Label 7(pg21 ins)

German Label from Unknown Aircraft. Translates as "Planking Right"

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Luftwaffe Label 8(pg21 ins)

German Label from Unknown Aircraft, Translates as "Other level of approximation"

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Luftwaffe Label 9(pg21 ins)

BOSCH German Label from Unknown Aircraft.

Fl. E 8214 A-1

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Hurricane Radiator Flap Indicator Plate(pg21 ins)

Here we have a Reproduction Radiator Flap Indicator Plate

This would have been in the Hurricane Cockpit on the LHS

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