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    This is a group of parts which are aluminium airframe section, cockpit Perspex, 1937 dated 303 bullet case remains and a small brass clip that came from the end of a belt from the pilots seat belt all the parts are perfect for display and have been very well cleaned and have been mounted in to a glass fronted box frame with plane and crash information and pictures the frame is 11 inches by 9 inches in size.The part comes from RAF Hurricane V7238 of 601 Squadron was shot down on the 26th August 1940 and crashed at Great Totham in Essex. A very nice rare condition group of parts from the famous battle of Britain and RAF Hurricane already to hang on the wall or stand on display.

    RAF Hurricane V7238 of 601 Squadron was shot down on the 26th August 1940 the Pilot was Sergeant A.W Woolley

    The Hurricane was in Combat with German Messerschmitt 109’s when it was shot down and crashed near Captains Wood, Great Totham in Essex. Sergeant A.W Woolley baled out and was unhurt.

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