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  • Rare centre section of propeller boss, part numbered and maker stamped,fantastic condition from messerschmitt 109 number 2762 shot down on 6th September 1940 crashed at Tudeley in Kent

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    This is the main propeller shaft housing which sat inside the propeller boss just behind the blades.This heavy large lump of engine is in fantastic condition still retains a lot of original colours it does have damage from the impact of the crash but is in nice solid condition with many part numbers and what looks like Daimler Benz maker stamp the part has been very nicely cleaned perfect for display or any collection and so very rare to get a part like this from a battle of Britain messerschmitt 109 it stands 10 inches long .The part comes from German messerschmitt 109 number 2762 shot down on 5th September 1940 and crashed in the village of Tudeley in Kent during the Battle of Britain. A very nice and rare engine relic from a battle of Britain and German Messerschmitt 109 the part comes with a A5 laminated information sheet. 

    Messerschmitt bf109 work number 2762 on bomber escort sortie over London it was shot down on the 6th September 1940 at 9.20am

     

    The plane was in combat with RAF fighters over Kent and had its engine damaged by Flight Lieutenant P.B Robinson of number 601 squadron.The plane turned for home but with all the coolant lost and still pursued by RAF fighters the pilot abandoned it the plane which crashed and burned out on Brook Farm in Tudeley near Tonbridge in Kent. The pilot Feldwebel E.Braun baled out and was captured.

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