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  • Large arframe section with lots of white winter camouflage paintwork remains from German Focke-Wulf Fw 189A tactical reconnaissance aircraft work number 788 crashed in Finland on the 15th October 1944

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    This is a large airframe structure part from a very rare aircraft to get parts from as they were not made in very large numbers.The aluminium and steel made section which does have some of its original black paintwork but the very rare bit is the white paintwork remains which there is a fair bit of it still on it is from the famous winter camouflage paintwork scheme on the aircraft the panel has ripped and bent by the impact of the crash it has been very nicely cleaned and still retains a lot of its original colour the size of the section is 11 inches long by 7 inches wide.The part comes from Focke wulf 189 work number 788 [125] V7+1A "Uhu" Finnmarksvidda of 1./NaGr 32 crashed in Finland on the 15th October 1944 .The item comes with a A5 laminated information sheet with picture and details.

    German Focke-Wulf Fw 189A tactical reconnaissance aircraft work number 788 [125] V7+1A "Uhu" Finnmarksvidda of 1./NaGr 32 crashed in Finland on the 15th October 1944.

    The plane made a forced landing on the thin ice of a lake. The wheels broke through the ice and the aircraft was blown up by the Germans. The pilot might be Lt.Friedrich Drexel*. Parts from this aircraft were salvaged in 1993 and ended up in England. 

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