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Junkers Ju87 Stuka panel

Farlam Airframes
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Ju87 Stuka
This piece of metal was bought as an unknown from Estonia.

It has the original Luftwaffe RLM 70 dark green paint on the top section and RLM 65 on the lower section.

The gold anodised plate on the side has a hole countersunk in it reads as R-.-7,507…. The gold anodising is specific to Junkers. This means that the plate should read as R8-87.507 which means that this is a section of Ju87 Stuka.

We can confirm that this is the wing leading edge from the starboard side of a stuka. This section is the outer edge of the inner wing stub. The black steel plate is the undercarriage upper plate. The tab on the anodised plate is specific to this part of a Ju87.

The identity is definitive!

We have painted the diving bird emblem of stuka geschwader 1.

Size is 30 cm tall x 158cm (wide) x 11 cm (deep)

£175 Plus P&P
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Ju87 Stuka
This is a wartime Ju87 landing flap end cap. It is from the starboard landing flap closest to the fuselage

It is from a known Ju87 D-1 that flew with SG1 and was shot down by friendly fire at the siege of Leningrad.

The panel has no markings but the shape, number of rivets, paint residues and provenance of other parts found at the same location confirm it as this aircraft. The lower half has been repainted in RLM65 with the Werk number. The upper section has been repainted in RLM71 with a Nicht Anfasen stencil. It has been mounted on a black walnut panel for wall mounting.

An extremely rare large section of an identifiable Stuka.

Size is 40 cm x 15 cm (deep) x 8 cm (high)

£175 Plus P&P
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Ju87 Stuka
This is a wartime Ju87 landing flap end cap. It is from the starboard landing flap closest to the fuselage

It is from a known Ju87 D-1 that flew with SG1 and was shot down by friendly fire at the siege of Leningrad.

The panel has no markings but the shape, number of rivets, paint residues and provenance of other parts found at the same location confirm it as this aircraft. The lower half has been repainted in RLM65 with the Werk nummer. The upper section has been repainted in RLM71 with a Nicht Anfasen stencil. It has been mounted on a black walnut panel for wall mounting.

An extremely rare large section of an identifiable Stuka.

Size is 40 cm x 15 cm (deep) x 8 cm (high)

£175 Plus P&P
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Ju87 Stuka

Small Sections from a Ju87 that crashed in Russia. Full details of the aircraft will be supplied with the panels.

Green Scottie dog a section of internal structure 18 cm x 8 cm.

£50 Plus P&P
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Ju87 Stuka

Small Sections from a Ju87 that crashed in Russia. Full details of the aircraft will be supplied with the panels.

Tank - a section of internal structure with original Juners gold anodising to rear. 19.5 cm x 14 cm

£50 Plus P&P
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Ju 87 Section

This is a section from a wartime Ju87 Stuke recovered from Finland. It has a section of rib at the top.

Repainted with Felix the cat.
The Felix was the emblem of the 6th staffel of Stukageschwader 2

Size is 27 cm wide x 33 cm high

£150 Plus P&P
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Ju87 Stuka

A selection of original WW2 Luftwaffe Junkers Ju87 STuka parts from an aircraft that was shot down by friendly fire near Leningrad. Fulle details supplied.

Parts are as follows:

A - an adjustable junkers gold anodised strut
B - a Junkers Jumo braided engine hose and coupling.
C - a small section of crumpled fuselage
D - a section of Junkers gold anodised fuel pipe with remains of red paint.
E -- a section of Junkers gold anodised fuel pipe with remains of red paint.
F - a section of Junkers gold anodised fuel pipe with remains of red paint.
G - a section of Junkers gold anodised fuselage reinforcement with original red paint.
H - a section of engine control with 87 part number.
I - a section of pipe with original yellow paint
J - a section believed to be form a variable capacitor.
K - a fuel pipe connector end with lettered stamp
L - believed to be a seat harness webbing guide.
M - a small bakelite turning knob on L shaped bracket in original cockpit grey paint.
N - a metal pilar to hold an instrument.
O - a metal cover for an electronic component
P - a metal cover for an electronic component
Q - a metal cover for an electronic component in original cockpit grey paint
R- a metal cover for an electronic component in original cockpit grey paint

All priced at £5

Sizes can be seen from the ruler on each image.

Combined postage and shipping options to all locations possible.