Fuel and temperature indicators

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    #1 Fabio, Jan 7, 2010
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    Hi to everibody

    I need info for these indicators, what plane?
    Thanks

    Best Regards

    ( Fabio- EX Fabio RAF)

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    ops... im sorry! and now?
     
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    All 3 instruments could have been installed on a number of different aircraft, The first indicator is a metric Desynn 24volt unit, very similar to the unit found in British twin engine aircraft. The second item I believe is from a late model P-51 (P-51H?)or P-47. The last gauge is a cylinder head temp gauge from a twin engine aircraft
     
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    Thanks FLYBOY :)

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    Hello;

    Cylinder Temp. Thermometer. Weston ; F.S.S.C. N° 88-I-2655 ; Lockheed PV-1 Ventura ; Martin PBM-3R Mariner.

    G.E.C - 8DJ-3 ... could be OS2U

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    Hello

    Thank you Saburo :D

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    i see photos of the cockpit of OS2U. I confirm Thanks :)
     
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