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  • Very rare very large aluminium airframe structure section with lots of green and blue paint remains from Japanese Aichi D3A Type 99 Carrier Bomber nick named a val this one was shot down and crashed on the Island of Guadalcanal from the 1942-1943 battle.

    £55.00
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    This is a Very rare and large aluminium airframe section which is a few parts still connected it is still covered in some of its original dark green paintwork and blue undercoat primer only used by the Japanese air force it still retains some of its original colours but is a bit dirty. The section which has lightly damaged and has corroded a bit in places but overall it has ripped off by the impact of the crash the crash it is in relic but solid condition and has been nicely cleaned perfect for display and is 9 inches long by 6 inches wide in size. The part has been recovered from the crash site of a Japanese Aichi D3A Type 99 Carrier Bomber nick named a val by the Allies shot down and crashed during the air war over the Island of Guadlcanal from the 1942-1943 battlefield. A very rare part to get hold of from the war in the Pacific and comes with a A5 laminated information sheet with picture.

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    Aichi D3A - Wikipedia