Part of german aeroplane ?

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  1. sullen

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    Hi im new in here. Can anyone identify this element of aeroplane ?

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    Seems to be a part of a ammobox
    The writing means
    "Left feeding"
    "Right Box"

    The last line i can´t read.. sorry..
     
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    Hi Hesekiel,

    >The last line i can´t read.. sorry..

    I believe it says "Für linken Kasten Schild umdrehen", so the same starboard ammunition box can probably be set up to serve as port box, with the sign carrying the counterpart description on its flip side:

    "Rechtszuführung
    Linker Kasten
    Für rechten Kasten Schild umdrehen"

    :)

    Regards,

    Henning (HoHun)
     
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    Thank you Henning!
    Can´t find my glasses *gg*

    I think it is a part of a plane´s ammobox..
     
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    I thought also that it is from a 109.. But i´m not sure....
     
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    Yes, yes or no, why not on one Fw 190 :)


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    Look on :
    CRAVANT
    and too on the bottom from (for pleasure :)
    Cravant Fw 190
    Bsrg, Dan
     
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    OMG Fw-190 :p I must check again a place where I found it .

    Big thx MK108.
     
  9. Junkers88A1

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    i am 99% sure that is Fw 190 !! not more than a week ago since we packed down our Fw 190 and shipped it back from USA to Norway. if its more laying around where you found that i would look again and agian and again..hehe
     
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    3 parts for ID.
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    Thx in advance
     
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    part no. 1 is the rear mountingbracket for a Mg 151 and the plexi is the bottom rear anteannatube that was used on several aircrfats.. correct me if i am wrong anybody but out of what i can see that are the parts i can recognize.
     
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    Part B is the chain assembly for the Elektrische Dürchlade Einrichtung ED151(Electrical motor for the cocking of the MG151's. I will make a photo of the one I have for you to compare later tonight and post it.

    regards,
    Sander
     
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    As promised, the photo. Hope it helps.

    Greetings
    Sander
     

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    Where the heck are you guys getting this stuff from?? DAM!
     
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    Great stuff there Kingscoy!!!
     
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    Thanks....Helping where I can...as you guys helped me too many times.
    Most of the crashsites of a/c in my part of Holland are very good preserved due to the soil conditions. This ED151 is from a Fw190A-8 recovery carried out in 1998!

    Cheers,
    Sander
     
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    Big thx for ID. this parts . There will be more parts in this week if u like . Oh and one thing my friend said that "A" part is a radio from FW190. Can u agree with that ?

    Cheers -sullen
     
  19. Junkers88A1

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    i want one of those :) hehe
     
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