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  • Airframe and engine parts with maker markings well cleaned from YAK-9 fighter plane shot down-crashed near the village of Plota, near Prokhorovka where the main tank battle was fought during the Kursk offensive on the 12th of July 1943

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    This is a group of airframe and engine parts there are 4 parts in all there is a section of aluminium airframe which has clear maker markings on the end of it there is also a mag allow engine case section,electrical box and pipework section with maker markings very clear to see. The parts which ripped and bent by the impact of the crash and are in nice clean condition they have been very well cleaned and retain lots of there original colour and paintwork they are 3-10 inches long they are in nice solid condition perfect for display or any collection. The parts are from Russian YAK-9 fighter plane shot down and crashed in the around the village of Plota, near Prokhorovka where the main tank battle was fought during the Kursk offensive on the 12th of July 1943 comes with a A5 laminated information card.

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    Pilot's Post - Yakovlev Yak-9- The most produced Soviet fighter of all time