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Some fun German Aircraft bits that walked in!

Article about: A good customer of mine brought these in so I thought I would share! They all need some cleaning but I should be able to get the gunsights all operational.

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    Default Some fun German Aircraft bits that walked in!

    A good customer of mine brought these in so I thought I would share! They all need some cleaning but I should be able to get the gunsights all operational.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture control stick.JPG   man preassure gauge.JPG  

    man pressure gauge back.JPG   revi 16a.JPG  

    revi 16a data plate.JPG   revi 16a ls.JPG  

    revi 16a rs.JPG  

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    One more!
    Quote by Gary Cain View Post
    A good customer of mine brought these in so I thought I would share! They all need some cleaning but I should be able to get the gunsights all operational.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture revi c12d.JPG   revi c12d 2.JPG  

    revi c12d data plate.JPG   revi c12d front.JPG  

    revi c12d glass.JPG   revi c12d top.JPG  


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    yanks12025
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    Default Re: Some fun German Aircraft bits that walked in!

    Do you know what planes they are from.

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    The Revi C/12D was used in all of the Me 109 variants up to the G model. They were also used in the FW 190 series up to the A12 I believe. The Revi 16B was introduced in 1943 and was an updated version of the C/12 and gradually replaced the older model. The manifold pressure gauge is from a Ta-152 and the stick is from either a Me109 or a FW190.
    Quote by yanks12025 View Post
    Do you know what planes they are from.

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    WOW !

    Nice ......very VERY nice !

    They are all in such good condition. Obviously been well cared for

    Steve T

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    Hi Steve,

    Yeah I thought so too! I have started cleaning them up and hope to have them operational by the end of next week. He also brought in this clock from a crashed Me 109 and what's cool is the guy who salvaged had teh good sense to keep th aircraft data plate from the instrument panel!


    Cheers
    Gary
    Quote by Steve T View Post
    WOW !

    Nice ......very VERY nice !

    They are all in such good condition. Obviously been well cared for

    Steve T
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture 109 clock.JPG   109 clock plane data plate.JPG  

    109 clock data plate.JPG  

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    Bloody hell !

    That is truly amazing !

    I am totally and utterly jealous

    Steve T

    PS You've obviously got too many gunsights for you to clean yourself. Please feel free to send me one

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    I dont want to rain on your parade,but the the clock
    FL 23888 BoUk3 is not a Bf109 clock,BF109 E through K
    only used FL-23885 BoUk1 J-30BZ fitted with the
    chronograph function at the 6 oclock position.
    Your clock is listed as a blind flying clock,and I must say
    I cannot find exactly what it did fit! A nice item none the less.
    Regards Mike

    PS..the french tacho is a gem!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hi Mike,

    No rain at all! I had found that fact out from another forum, I just hadn't had the time to update here. I do however have the proper clock as well. This clock may be a watch officers clock. I am still researching it. The proper clock appears to be inoperative which would make sense based on the purported fate of the aircraft.

    I will keep you all posted!


    Gary

    Quote by VERSUCH View Post
    I dont want to rain on your parade,but the the clock
    FL 23888 BoUk3 is not a Bf109 clock,BF109 E through K
    only used FL-23885 BoUk1 J-30BZ fitted with the
    chronograph function at the 6 oclock position.
    Your clock is listed as a blind flying clock,and I must say
    I cannot find exactly what it did fit! A nice item none the less.
    Regards Mike

    PS..the french tacho is a gem!!!!!!!!!!

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    Here are the promised pictures. The actual clock doesn't work so what I think happened was they found another clock that did and married the data plate to the functioning clock. Unfortunately we will never really know!

    Anyway, here's the other clock.
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture Junghans Clock.JPG   Junghans Clock back.JPG  

    Junghans maker mark.JPG  

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