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  • Group of airframe and electrical parts with maker markings from Messerschmitt me 262A-2a jet plane of 3/KG51 was shot down by RAF ace on the 14th February 1945 and crashed at Emmrich in Germany

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    This is a group of airframe and electrical parts from Messerschmitt me 262A-2a jet plane of 3/KG51 was shot down by RAF ace on the 14th February 1945 and crashed at Emmrich in Germany. This is a group of aluminium airframe parts and electrical parts 10 of them in total the parts have some original paintwork clear to see they still retain a lot of there original colours and have maker markings and part numbers on some of them they have ripped and bent when the plane crashed they are very solid and have been very well cleaned up and are 1-10 inches long they are perfect for display or any collection .The parts come with a A5 information laminated sheet and are a very nice relic from the very famous jet fighter and rare to get such a large relic.

    German Messerschmitt me 262A-2a jet plane of 3/KG51 shot down at 5pm 14th February 1945 by RAF Spitfire the pilot was Feldwebel Rudolf Hofmann killed the plane crashed at Emmrich.

    The Messerschmitt me262 was shot down by Australian Ace Squadron Leader Frederick Anthony Owen "Tony" Gaze this was his 10th victory he was the first Australian pilot to achieve this feat. The jet dived straight into the ground and was destroyed the pilot was killed in the crash. 

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