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  • Large engine bolts with original colour from inside Junkers Jumo 211 engine on German Ju87b-1 stuka dive bomber which was shot down in the English channel on the 16th August 1940 during the Battle of Britain

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    This is a pair of steel engine bolts the long main bolts that held the engine together its self they are near complete and have been well cleaned and are 15 inches long in size and still retain a lot of there original colours the bolts have some damage from the impact of the crash but were well protected by the engine and lovely condition from being in the English channel for 30 odd years but not to badly they are still very solid not braking up at all and have been very nicely cleaned and are perfect for display or any collection. This is a nice pair of parts and a rare one for the collection these engine parts comes with A5 laminated information card.The engine parts are from inside Junkers Jumo 211 engine that was recovered by fisherman in 1970’s from the English Channel near Selsey Bill and is believed to be from

    German Ju87b-1 stuka dive bomber of 3/stG2 which was shot down at 1.00pm on the 16th August 1940 during the Battle of Britain. The plane crashed into the sea west of Selsey Bill it was shot down by RAF Hurricanes of Number 43 Squadron and 601 Squadron. The crew Unteroffizier P.Bohn and Obergefreiter J.Bader both were picked up by Royal Navy launch and captured.

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