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  • Cockpit seat armour,part number and black paintwork from German Ju87 Stuka dive bomber 5856 shot down 2nd July 1942 in Russia now in Museum in Berlin since 1995

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    This is a rare iconic part from the very famous German dive bomber.This is a section of cockpit seat armour which has part number on it clear to see and a lot of original black paint on one side and white on the other it has been very well cleaned only with some light surface rust in places the armour is 17 inches long by 7 inches wide in size and is perfect for display or any collection and so rare to get such a good recognisable and iconic part from the famous JU87 stuka. The part comes German stuka dive bomber work number 5856 of 1.ST.G 5 code L1+BL which was Shot down and crash landed during an attack on the railway line between murmansk and Leningrad in Russia. The armour comes with 2x A5 laminated information sheets and pictures of the aircraft in the Museum in Berlin. 

    German stuka dive bomber work number 5856 of 1.ST.G 5 code L1+BL which was Shot down and crash landed during an attack on the railway line between murmansk and Leningrad in Russia. The crew Unteroffizer Karl Herbst Unteroffizer Alfred Nowitsch were unhurt and walked back to the Finnish border on the 2nd July 1942.

    The wreck was originally found back in 1994 and was brought to England and then sold to New Zealand in 1995. 
    It finally ended up at Deutsches Technik Museum in Berlin in 1995.

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