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Flying Fortress B17

Farlam Airframes
Nose Art & Aircraft Parts

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Memphis Belle Red

This panel is part of a B17 G port wing that crashed in Holland in November 1944. It has the two attachment ribs to the rear.

The art work, Memphis Belle was applied to B-17-F 41-24485 that flew with the 324th bomb Squadron, 91st bomb group from Bassingbourn.

The Varga artwork was applied to both sides of the aircraft - Red Starboard and Blue Port.

33 cm wide and 28 cm high and 6 cm deep

£140 plus P&P
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Memphis BelleBlue

This panel is part of a B17 G port wing that crashed in Holland in November 1944. It has the two attachment ribs to the rear.

The art work, Memphis Belle was applied to B-17-F 41-24485 that flew with the 324th bomb Squadron, 91st bomb group from Bassingbourn.

The Varga artwork was applied to both sides of the aircraft - Red Starboard and Blue Port.

25.5 cm wide and 21.5 cm high and 3 cm deep

£120 plus P&P
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Boeing B17 Flying Fortress

This is a section of the outer wing of a wartime B17 G that crash landed on the continent in Holland on November 2 1944. The crew bailed out.

The art work is 8 Ball MkII which was the name of the plane that this piece came from


This shows front and back with the corrugated wing structure

The front has been repainted whilst the back is in the original condition.

24cm long and 11 cm high




SOLD
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Boeing B17 Flying Fortress


This is a section of the outer wing of a wartime B17 G that crash landed on the continent.

It is part of the outer Port wing

To the rear there is the corrugated wing structure.

The aircraft code has been painted on as it would have appeared on the side of the cockpit

Panel is 15 cm wide and 15 cm high

SOLD