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  • Very rare rear seat armour remains from the cockpit from RAF B25 Mitchell bomber number FW205 of 226 Squadron crashed near the village of Pevensey which is 8 kilometres from Eastbourne on 30th September 1944

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    This is very rare rear seat armour remains from the cockpit which is near complete but has ripped down one side and is damaged when the plane crashed. This section of armour which still has a lot of original black paintwork and has been nicely cleaned it retains a lot of original colour and is a very heavy and large section of armour it is 80 inches long and 65 inches wide. This section of armour is a rare cockpit item from a unusual British bomber of which parts from British B25's are hard to find this part is perfect for display or any collection and is from RAF B25 Mitchell bomber number FW205 of 226 Squadron damaged by anti-aircraft fire after a raid over Germany it crashed on its return to England into the stream at Chilley green near the village of Pevensey which is 8 kilometres from Eastbourne in East Sussex at 3.30pm on 30th September 1944.This item comes with 2xA5 laminated information cards one showing exactly where it is in the cockpit.

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    NL B25 RAF | Wwii airplane, Wwii aircraft, Wwii fighters