german aircraft seat He 177?

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  1. otis

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    HI Guy!!

    I bought from an Italian collector the german aircraft seat

    I believe it's from He 177:rolleyes:

    Can you help me to understand if my opinion is correct?

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    Its possible Otis, here is a picture of a He-177 co pilot seat.
     

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    Hello Micdrow

    Thank you very much for your fast answer!

    It's really a He 177 co pilot seats!:D

    You solved my doubt!!!

    Many thanks from Italy

    OTIS
     
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    Your welcome!!!!
     
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    Hi Otis,

    Your own photo of the data plate is proof aswell. Bauart 8-177. Luftwaffe a/c numbers starting with (R)8-... always were followed with the aircraft type number. I have attached a pic of a Me 109 engine mount ring as an example. The R8-109 number is visible at the 12 o'clock position. The number following 109 is the part number. So together with the pic of Midcrow, 100% He-177.
    Cheers from Holland,
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    Sorry for my late reply Sander!

    Is very 'interesting to know more and more things on Code in aircraft field

    Many thanks from OTIS
     
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    No problem...your welcome!

    Cheers,
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