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  • Lovely complete engine pipe nice clean part with maker markings from German Messerschmitt 109 number 5930 shot down on 20th October 1940 crashed in to Mereworth woods in Kent

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    This is a very nice complete engine pipe that has both its end connectors which are maker marked very clear to see the rubber hose has its metal cover. The pipe has been very well cleaned and has a lot of original colour it is in nice solid condition it has not been to badly damaged by the impact of the crash it is perfect for display or any collection it is 10 inches long by 1 inches wide and from the hart of the Daimler Benz engine on the aircraft. The part comes from German Messerschmitt 109 number 5930 shot down on 20th October 1940 and crashed in to Mereworth woods in between West Malling and Paddock Wood in Kent during the Battle of Britain. A very nice and very rare engine relic from a battle of Britain and German Messerschmitt 109 the part comes with a A5 laminated information sheet with pictures. 

    Messerschmitt Bf109E-7 work number 5930 flown by Feldwebel Bielmaier from 5 /JG52 who baled out and captured unhurt and taken POW and sent to Canada. The plane was shot down by RAF Spitfires over West Malling, Kent. It crashed in Mereworth Woods near Paddock Wood at 2.15 pm on 20th October 1940.

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