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  • Massive airframe section of wing or tail fin edge lovely condition with all original paintwork from Italian Fiat G.50 Freccia fighter plane which was shot down and crashed sometime in July 1943 on Sicily during the Allied invasion in the Summer of 1943.

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    This is a very large airframe Section lovely condition with all original paintwork the aluminium made part with rivet holes and still many parts riveted together which looks like a tail fin or wing edge it is in very solid with most of its original green camouflage paintwork on both sides and it still retains most of its original colours overall fantastic condition. The part has been ripped off a plane by the impact of the crash is in very nicely cleaned condition perfect to display or any collection and is 9 inches long by 6 inches wide in size. The part is from Italian Fiat G.50 Freccia fighter plane which was shot down and crashed sometime in July 1943 on Sicily during the Allied invasion of the Island in the Summer of 1943 and cpmes with A5 laminated information card.

    The G.50 Freccia entered service in 1938 and saw action in all the Italian campaigns of the war until there surrender in 1943 it was also used by the Luftwaffe and the Finnish Airforce there were 791 built between 1937 until 1943.After late 1942 the remaining G.50 fighters that were stationed in Italy were in second line duties like training. After the defeat in North Africa the Italian Army was in disarray and the rapid Allied Landings in Sicily meant that these aircraft were pressed back in to front line service to equip the 158th and 159th fighter groups. These 2 groups suffered heavy losses attacking Allied positions on the island in only a few days fighting the 2 groups were destroyed and the aircraft never saw action again in Italy.

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