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  • Airframe and Engine parts, nice condition from RAF Hurricane P2967 which was shot down on the 27th September 1940 and crashed at Milstead near Sittingbourne in Kent. The plane was in 242 Squadron commanded by Douglas Bader

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    This is a group of larger size parts not tiny fragments of a famous battle of Britain hurricane in one of the most famous RAF squadrons in the battle. The parts are 4 aluminium made airframe sections with green and black paint remains one is a tubed structure bar from the main frame of the aircraft and 2 sections mag allow engine case which have black paint remains and a section of cockpit Perspex burnt in the fire when the plane was shot down all of the parts have ripped, bent and smashed in the crash and still retain some of there original colour and have been very well cleaned perfect for display or any collection the parts are 3-7 inches long in size and very rare to get these days now such a nice group of battle of Britain Hurricane parts. The parts come from RAF Hurricane P2967 of 242 Squadron which was shot down on the 27th September 1940 and crashed at Milstead near Sittingbourne in Kent. The parts come with A5 laminated information card with pilots picture.  

    RAF Hurricane P2967 of 242 squadron was shot down by Messerschmitt 109’s during combat over Kent the plane crashed in flames at Bluetown Mintching Wood at Milstead near Sittingbourne in Kent on the 27th  September 1940.This plane was flown by Flying Officer M.G Homer he was killed in the crash. RAF 242 squadron was commanded by Douglas Bader and on the information card is a picture of Bader with pilots of 242 squadron. 

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