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  • Very rare aluminium airframe section with lots of original paintwork from German Ju87b-1 stuka dive bomber shot down on the 16th August 1940 which crashed at Pagham during battle of Britain

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    This is a rare airframe panel from the very famous German dive bomber and there is not much about at all from this particular aircraft.This aluminium airframe panel which is a shaped panel that looks like an air in take of some sort that has been squashed flat or a connector section of some sort which has lots of original black and red paintwork remains it does still retain some of original colour it has ripped off from the impact of the crash it has been very well cleaned the part is 7 inches long and 5 inches wide in size and so rare to get a part from this JU87 stuka. The part comes from German Ju87b-1 stuka dive bomber shot down on the 16th August 1940 the plane crashed at Pagham. The item comes with 2xA5 laminated information sheets with pictures of the crash. 

    German Ju87b-1 stuka dive bomber of 3/stG2 the plane was shot down at 1.00pm on the 16th August 1940 the plane crashed at Pagham.

    The plane was shot down by RAF Hurricanes of NO 43 Squadron and 601 Squadron during a dive bomb attack on Tangmere Airfield. The plane crashed and exploded at Honar Farm in Pagham the crew Unteroffizier P.Linse and Obergefreiter R.Messerschmidt. 


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