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ME 109 Joystick

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  1. #11


    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.

    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

  2. #12


    Great piece of ME 109 History.
    Thanks for sharing it with us.

    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

  3. #13


    great item to have.

  4. #14


    Very nice, especially with history. It was such a good design the Russians copied them and used them in the early Mig jets.

  5. #15


    Quote by Scout View Post
    When was removed from the wreck and brought home - back then or in more recent times?
    Back Then mate , was pulled out of plane as a trophy piece , and brought back home.

  6. #16


    Thanks for info.
    A nice item say the least.
    Swap you for a steering wheel from a '79 VW bug.........hey, its German!!

  7. #17


    Anymore info on the Tunisian connection?
    Click to enlarge the picture Click to enlarge the picture ME 109 Joystick   ME 109 Joystick  

  8. #18


    Quote by BenVK View Post
    Anymore info on the Tunisian connection?
    Hi Ben,
    Thats so cool ! Im sorry I cant elaborate any more on the stick details even though I wish I could , would make a good story if I knew more.
    Was stripped out and brought home from Tunisia , thats the only facts I have. How , where and when , I dont know.

  9. #19


    Most interesting. What is the circular piece of metal at the top of handle - the one attached with the screw? I haven't seen anything like in the past - would it have been a field mod for another button?


  10. #20


    Great piece of history! Nothing like having a part of an aircraft in your collection!

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