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Article about: Hi All I acquired this from a military fair at the weekend, (thanks Mossie!!),and am having difficulty tracking it down. Piece does have part numbers but I have drawn a blank so far, apart f

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    Default Unknown aircraft instrument panel

    Hi All

    I acquired this from a military fair at the weekend, (thanks Mossie!!),and am having difficulty tracking it down. Piece does have part numbers but I have drawn a blank so far, apart from a short period thinking it maybe B25 (the 93 prefix) or Wellington (the V387 check stamp). Of course it may not be WW2 at all but post war. Twin engine as it is marked port and sarboard.

    The blanking plate on the front also has a part number, 66834 93VM504 LL 6.

    Who can ID it for me??

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    Ok, you've had long enough !! Time for a bump.

    111 views and no ideas.......not even Big Ned ?

    Take another look. Those code numbers must be traceable by someone !



    Steve T

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    No idea! Not Dakota. It is from an aircraft with pilot and copilot seats and looks to be a central panel. Same arrangement as this Vulcan panel
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    The 66834 93VM504 LL 6 blanking plate marking indicates Vickers Varsity, 668 being the type identifier for the Varsity.

    Checking the relevant pilots manual confirms it's a Varsity centre instrument panel:

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    Knew you'd come through in the end ! Thanks PB

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