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Some of my Aircraft relic collection.

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    Thought I would just share a few pictures of some of my collection,Which has been put away for many years,Now I am picking up the hobby again and finding things in the loft long ago forgotten.Will add more when time allows.
    The Oxy regulator is from a Hurricane which crashed in kent,The access panel is from a ME110 which also crashed in kent and the saddle drums are from different A/C A JU88,DO17 and a DO217.
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    Great stuff
    Keep the picture's coming!

    Andy

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    great stuff - particularly like the doppeltrommel - found one of these myself in Normandy and have a soft spot for them in relic condition

    did you recover these yourself?

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    I recovered one the other two came to me through a trade, I did have another that came from Bastogne,But that was traded many years ago.

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    The mags are in very nice condition The lat one i found just fell apart.

    Regards, Lars

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    welcome to the forum mossie,perhaps our paths have already crossed.harry

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    Hi Lars,Yes I have lost a couple of mags due to them falling apart,These have survived due to being buried at depth.

    Hi Harry,Not sure,Started digging in the early 90's,Picking it up again after a break.

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    Quote by mossie View Post
    Hi Lars,Yes I have lost a couple of mags due to them falling apart,These have survived due to being buried at depth.

    Hi Harry,Not sure,Started digging in the early 90's,Picking it up again after a break.
    Digging will never really get out of your system once you've started

    Regards, Lars

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    Some great pieces there mossie Thanks for sharing. Post more !

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    Some more from the collection,The corroded prop is from a Stirling bomber which crashed a mile from my home,I did not recover this but I bought from the guy who did,But I did visit this site when I was younger and found a few bits,I still have them somewhere and will post them when I have found them.

    The prop with the paint on is a P38 lightning which came down in Norfolk.

    The oxy cynlinder in front of the props is from a Hurricane.

    The piston and valve is from a ME110,This lived in a carrier bag for years until I found time to mount it.

    And lastly the stainless part is from a Hurricanes browning machine gun,This plane came down in France.

    Still lots more to follow
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