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  • Large airframe sections with paintwork and engine electrical wiring loom from RAF Hawker Typhoon MN 490 shot down on the 15th June 1944 over Normandy

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    This is a group of parts which are 2 sections of airfame one a large hollow aluminium tube with black paintwork the other metal structure section with lots of green paintwork clear to see and the other part is a section of engine wiring loom attached to a section of mag allow engine case with black paint remains. All the parts still retain a lot of original the parts have ripped and bent by the impact of the crash they are in lovely clean condition perfect for display or any collection and a large size at 10-15 inches long. These parts were recovered from Hawker Typhoon MN 490  Shot down by anti-aircraft fire between Aunay and Vire, Normandy, 15th June 1944.The group is perfect for display or any collection and comes with a A5 laminated information sheet.

    Hawker Typhoon MN 490 piloted by Flight Lieutenant John Slaney, 245 Squadron RAF. He Shot down by anti-aircraft fire between Aunay and Vire, Normandy, 15th June 1944. He baled out and was captured by members of SS Panzer Abteilung 101, Leibstandarte whose AA battery actually shot him down he was sent to Germany and spent the rest of the war as a pow.

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