This is a complete engine cylinder still complete with its piston still inside the conrod has snapped and its part numbered it also has one of its valves still in place and has some part numbers and maker stamps still there very clear to see. This heavy large lump of engine is in fantastic condition still retains a lot of original colours it is dirty still in some places from the recovery but does have a lot of damage from the crash this large heavy lump of engine is in nice solid condition the part has been very nicely cleaned but would clean up more it is perfect for display or any collection it stands 20 inches long by 14 inches wide. This is a fantastic condition engine part that comes from German Focke wulf 190 number 170735 shot down 15th June 1944 over Normandy. The lovely condition part which comes with A5 laminated information sheet with pictures and details and very rare to get such a large engine part from a German aircraft for sale.
The Pilot was Unteroffizier H.Krieg he was born 15th June 1920 he was killed when the aircraft was shot down by and crashed at St Pol Mardyck in Pas de Calais. The combat took place during Ramrod S.8 while the RAF Spitfires were escorting Flying Fortresses on the first daylight raid to Blockhaus d’Eperlecques which was a V2 rocket facility. This focke wulf 190 was shot down by French ace Pierre Clostermann in his spitfire of 341 squadron based at Biggin Hill it was his 4th victory.
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