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some help with theRyan aeronautical company

Article about: Hi everyone, I found these bits of plane on one of the airfields i go digging on but have drawn abit of a blank finding out what they are. Im even haveing problems finding out much about the

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    Default some help with theRyan aeronautical company

    Hi everyone,
    I found these bits of plane on one of the airfields i go digging on but have drawn abit of a blank finding out what they are. Im even haveing problems finding out much about the Ryan aeronautical company itself.
    So can any of you help me find out what kind of aircraft they are from?? It was a 9th Air force bace in ww2 & flew mainly A20 Havocs. It has the number 5223264-14 stamped on it. Part number??? Any help would be great.
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    hi im no good with part numbers but i can say that it looks alot like part an ammunition shoot or guide heres a website that have something like what it might have been part of SpitfireSpares.com - warbird Relics
    failing an ammunition guide then its probably from the engine area as it apears to be stainless steel

    hope this helps

    regards Sam

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    Hmmmm.....

    A quick search of google found this on the first hit !

    Ryan Aeronautical - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Seems they produced trainers.

    If it follows 'normal' serial number format, the long number will be the part, the short number the aircraft type.

    Hope that helps

    Steve T

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    I agree with Steve,the numbers at the front or the last,
    if we use the front ..ie 52 it could be C-47,But if we use
    the last..ie 14 ,it could be P.39.
    Cheers Mike

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