Could these tag proof that it's from a B24 bomber?

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  1. Kurtl

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    Another crashplace recently discoverd brought these parts to sunlight. Think it's part of an exhaust of one of a B 24 four engines. The number "GK32 R1004 63" is stamped in.

    On the tag you can read: "Model B 24F". Does that mean it's from a B 24?
    Could someone identify this part and aircraft? Thanks for your help!

    Kurtl
     

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    The part on top is possibly an exhaust pipe. On the data plate you show there is a material spec shown. AN-QQ-S-757 is for either Stainless steel or corrosion resistant steel, both used on exhaust parts.
     
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