This is a large group of airframe and engine parts which are 3 aluminium airframe sections also 5 sections of mag allow engine case and 3 internal engine parts. There is not much paintwork and colour left a little bit of green on one airframe section and a bit of black one of the mag allow bits all of which have ripped and bent by the impact of the crash they are still very solid not braking up or falling apart the parts have been very well cleaned but are still a bit dirty from the recovery but they are perfect for display or any collection the parts are 2-9 inches long in size and rare to get parts from this battle of Britain Hurricane. The parts come from from RAF Hurricane V7234 the pilot was Pilot Officer Hugh Charles Adams the plane was shot down and crashed near Elham on the 6th September 1940 over Kent. A very nice group of relics from the famous battle of Britain Hurricane .The parts come with a A5 laminated information sheet with photograph of the pilot .
Pilot Officer Adams destroyed a Messerschmitt 109 on 2nd September and was then himself shot down in combat south of Ashford in Hurricane V7234. On the 6th he was shot down and killed in action over Ashford. His aircraft, Hurricane V6612, crashed at Clavertye, near Elham.
Adams joined the RAFVR in January 1938. Called up on 1st September 1939, he completed his training and joined 501 Squadron on 17th July 1940 as a Sergeant-Pilot. He was flown to France, with other squadron personnel, in a Bombay transport on 11th May 1940. The aircraft crashed when it landed at Betheniville. Adams was among those injured and sent home. He rejoined 501 Squadron on 17th July 1940.
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