This is a group of 7 aluminium airframe parts and panels which all have a lot of green and black paintwork clear to see all of which have ripped and bent by the impact of the crash some all the still retain a lot of original colour one of them has a clear to see part number. There is also small brass cap which is part numbered, a small leather strap with brass buckle possibly cockpit and the rare bit which is a leather section from the bottom of the cockpit controls where they go though the floor in to the cockpit it is still very solid not braking up or falling apart the parts retain original colours and have been very well cleaned perfect for display or any collection the parts are 2-11 inches long in size and rare to get such nice group of battle of Britain Hurricane parts. The parts come from RAF Hurricane P3538 with Czech pilot the plane was shot down on the 8th November 19140 and crashed at Mayfield. 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 .
RAF Hurricane P3538 the pilot was Polish Sergeant J.Kosarz the plane was shot down on the 8th November 1940.
Hurricane P3538 was with 302 squadron and was scrabbled from RAF Northolt at 13.30pm on the 8th November to join up with 615 squadron they were ordered to patrol over Croydon at 20,000 feet. While up they engaged in combat with Messerschmitt ME109’s which dived down on 602 squadron from 5,000 feet above this was seen by 615 squadron who joined in the attack. Kosarz’s Hurricane was shot down in the large dog fight that took place sergeant Kosarz baled out but his parachute was on fire and he fell dead on the ground near were his plane crashed he was 32 years old. His Hurricane crashed at Pennybridge Farm in Mayfield,Sussex.
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