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  • Large exhaust pipe with exhaust stubbs still attached ripped up by the crash from German Messerschmitt 110 of 3/ZG26 work number 3113 shot down on the 3rd of September 1940 and crashed at Canewdon in Essex

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    This is a large section of engine exhaust pipe with the exhaust stubbs still attached the stubbs are rusty but still solid.The exhaust pipe still retains some of its original colour it is very solid and has the remains of 3 exhaust stubbs still attached all have ripped and bent by the impact of the crash this is a rare bit of recognisable German bomber and a engine part to be such a size is so rare to find the section is 24 inches long and 6 inches wide.This exhaust part was recovered from Messerschmitt 110 of 3/ZG26 work number 3113 the plane was shot down on the 3rd of September 1940 and crashed at Canewdon in Essex. A very nice part from the famous battle of Britain and German Messerschmitt 110 perfect for display and comes with a A5 laminated information sheet with crash photo in 1940 

    Messerschmitt 110 of 3/ZG26 work number 3113 the plane was shot down at 11.18am on the 3rd of September 1940 over Essex.

    This Messerschmitt 110 was shot down by Hurricanes of Number 17 Squadron R.A.F during an attack on North Weald aerodrome. The plane crashed at Pudsey Hall Farm, Canewdon, near Rayleigh in Essex. The crew, Oberfeldwebel Gerhard Winker and Gefreiter Oskar Weiler baled out unhurt. Originally the subject of a major excavation in 1975 by the London  
     Air Museum the site was re-excavated in August 1986 by local enthusiasts and a lot more wreckage was discovered.


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