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  • Large heavy lump of main airframe structure with underbelly paintwork from messerschmitt 110 number 3185 shot down 7th September 1940 and crashed at Wickford

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    This is a Massive lump of heavy airframe structure which is part main airframe of the aircraft one of the large connector joints with original light blue paint remains which is from the underbelly of the aircraft. This large heavy section is in lovely clean condition with a lot of original colour this section has ripped and bent at one end and has been cut away from a larger section.This is a very large part is about 6 sections all still connected with bolts and rivets some of the joints it has one panel attached that is rusty the whole thing is still solid this is a rare bit of recognisable German bomber and to be such a size is so rare to find the section is 17 inches long and 6 inches wide.This airframe structure was recovered from Messerschmitt 110 of 4/ZG2 work number 3185 shot down on the 7th September 1940. A very nice part from the famous battle of Britain and German Messerschmitt 110 bomber perfect for display and comes with a A5 laminated information sheet.

    Messerschmitt 110 of 4/ZG2 work number 3185 the plane was shot down at 5.15pm on the 7th of September 1940.

    This Messerschmitt 110 was shot down by RAF fighters during a bomber escort mission over London the plane was attacked by Squadron Leader Douglas Bader and Sub Lieutenant R.J Cork of number 242 Squadron the plane crashed at Swan Lane, Downham Hall in Wickford. The crew, Lieutenant H.D Abert and Unteroffizier K.Scharf both were killed in the crash.


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