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  • Group of 7 engine parts all with original colours nice clean parts from RAF Mosquito number DD792 shot down on the 16th February 1943 and crashed in Italy

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    This is a group of 7 engine parts which include pipework ends and connectors, electrical wiring still in aluminium cover which has original green paintwork a ring from a piston sleeve and section of black painted engine case all are from RAF Mosquito shot down over Italy. This group of engine parts which retains a lot of there original colour also some with part numbers and are in nice solid condition they have ripped and bent by the impact of the crash they have been nicely cleaned and are perfect for display or any collection they are 2-6 inches long in size. The parts come from RAF Mosquito mark 2 number DD792 of NO 23 squadron shot down on the 16th February 1943 and crashed in Italy. The engine parts come with a A5 laminated information sheet and is very rare section from RAF Mosquito bomber shot down and crashed during the air war over Italy.

    RAF Mosquito mark 2 number DD792 of NO 23 squadron on the 16th February 1943 this plane was on an intruder patrol from Malta to Trapani in Southern Italy but the plane was shot down and crashed near Porto Palo in Italy. This part was in the Blake Hall airsceane Museum in Essex until it closed in 2007.

    Crew: 
    F/O (106.194) Edward Henry CAVE-BROWNE (pilot) RAFVR - killed 
    W/O (524645) Frederick WESTCOTT (obs) RAF – killed 

                                                                                                                                                   

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