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Thread: Seen On Ebay Thread (August 2011)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Barf View Post
    Anyone fancy parting with nearly 15k for the front end of a Tornado F2?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RAF-Panavi...item1e698d7b47
    Not a stripped out one, anyway.

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    Seen On Ebay Thread (August 2011)

    Something of a mystery item here: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Skylark-He...#ht_558wt_1110

    It is described as a "Skylark Helicopter" and carries the US Civil Registration N34239.

    According to the FAA Website (at http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinqu...4239&x=13&y=12) it was registered on Jan 29 1991 as an "Allentown Angel" - with the c/no 001, I suspect that it is very much a "one off" prototype/homebuild(?) 'copter. How or why it has turned up in the Leicester area is a part of the mystery!

    Still, with an asking price starting at £600, and new rotor blades (said to be worth £2,000) thrown in, it may find a buyer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. John Smith View Post
    Something of a mystery item here: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Skylark-He...#ht_558wt_1110

    It is described as a "Skylark Helicopter" and carries the US Civil Registration N34239.

    According to the FAA Website (at http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinqu...4239&x=13&y=12) it was registered on Jan 29 1991 as an "Allentown Angel" - with the c/no 001, I suspect that it is very much a "one off" prototype/homebuild(?) 'copter. How or why it has turned up in the Leicester area is a part of the mystery!

    Still, with an asking price starting at £600, and new rotor blades (said to be worth £2,000) thrown in, it may find a buyer...
    I think it may struggle to get any form of approval to fly in the uk if it is a one off as suggested by its description.Also there is no suggestion of any documentation with it.


    Mike E

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    Seen On Ebay Thread (August 2011)

    Anyone fancy a Beechcraft BE76 Duchess - there's one for sale on Evilbay here; http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Beechcraft...item41626c782e

    Aircraft is G-BODX, built in 1979. As the vendor admits "This aircraft was the subject of a gear-up landing here in Bournemouth a couple of years ago, which resulted in an insurance write-off. We are looking to create more space at our premises, and believe that this item would be perfect for somebody building a simulator, or as a static display to draw attention to your business. The bravest of you may even be tempted to use the Duchess as a garden shed.

    Biggest attraction is the current asking price: £2.20

    No, you read that correctly: two pounds, twenty pence. That's less than the price of a pint of beer. There was a time when beer was cheap and aircraft were expensive...

    True that asking price is only for the "fuselage, doors, wings and empennage"; but if they can only get £2.20 for that, you could probably buy the whole airframe for, er, ten quid?

    I'm tempted to put in a bid, but it is a bit too large for my window box (I don't have a garden)
    Last edited by Dr. John Smith; 10th February 2012 at 15:45.

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/WW2-Avro-Ans...item43ad2bd38a

    Anson Gear Legs, and a low starting price....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. John Smith View Post
    Biggest attrction is the current asking price: £2.20No you read that correctly: two pounds, twenty pence. That's less than the price of a pint of beer. There was a time when beer was cheap and aircraft were expensive. True that asking price is only for the "fuselage, doors, wings and empennage"; but if they can only get £2.20 for that, you could probably buy the whole airframe for, er, ten quid?
    But it has a reserve. £2.20 is only the current bid price

    See here...

    http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/reserve.html



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    Oh no not ~another~ separate Newark thread !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J31/32 View Post
    old drop tank but what from? Sea Hawk?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1940s-JET-...item33715a77be
    Well it may of only been a Vampire tank, but it still made £351.
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    Zenith carburettor to suit a Gypsy 1. Just the thing for that DH 60 project.

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Vintage-W...item3a704c38aa

    It'd suit my project if I didn't already have one and a spare.

    Cheers,
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    Just on ebay can anyone identify ?

    I just started a thread on this old brass tachometer I bought on ebay. Can anyone identify ? If so please post commet on the thread I started. I hope I'm not breaking any rules. I'm new at this thread stuff. Very good looking tachometer.
    Click the photobucket like for pics.

    http://s1080.photobucket.com/albums/...litaded%20tch/
    Last edited by saveoursteel; 11th February 2012 at 02:00.

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    German WW2 Aircraft Photos

    Seen these on ebay:- 68 photos supposedly original but I notice on the back of one a copyright note in English!
    Don't know why they think their worth over half a grand! There is another set
    aswell.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/German-WWI...item45f971c7eb

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamF View Post
    Seen these on ebay:- 68 photos supposedly original but I notice on the back of one a copyright note in English!
    Don't know why they think their worth over half a grand! There is another set
    aswell.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/German-WWI...item45f971c7eb

    Graham
    £30-£40 worth?

    Richard

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    Bristol Hercules engine


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    Quote Originally Posted by CeBro View Post
    Yes, I was aware of that one and have made some attempts to obtain it from the RAF Museum, even if on loan at the time. The even have two, the other is a sectioned example for instructional purposes. The Trustees were very clear, they are not a warehouse where you can buy items. I can understand that but having one Halifax and three throttle boxes......

    The one advertised in flypast was offered for 65 pounds at the time and was said to have come from a museum. That's all I remember.

    Now, any Hampden throttle boxes lying in your garage?

    Cees
    Great item though Cees,a lot cheaper than my column........
    Yes must be frustrating trying to get stuff from the RAFM collection especially when they have mutiples of stuff.Still it`s nice as a reference point for future generations and I know the museum is very precious of its collection.
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    Stirling rudder pedals? if true very rare

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2209599177...=p5197.c0.m619

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    Surprisingly enough not that rare

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    Spitfire central instrument panel.nos.

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WW2-RAF-SP...item3371fc5b8d
    If we had no rules where would we be? France! If we had too many rules where would we be? Germany!

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    Last edited by PanzerJohn; 24th February 2012 at 21:31.
    If we had no rules where would we be? France! If we had too many rules where would we be? Germany!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PanzerJohn View Post
    My wife says that I can't have that to put up on our roof...

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    Go on,tell her its an investment and it will keep the pidgeons away.
    If we had no rules where would we be? France! If we had too many rules where would we be? Germany!

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    Cool Spitfire

    I am trying to make out if its a TDL one as its doesnt look like a GB Replicas one unless its an early one .It does not show the interior to see if anything in it as some of the film production ones had a seat and dummy panels in.

    And it looks like a Mk IX


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    Quote Originally Posted by crl848 View Post
    Not a stripped out one, anyway.
    Dropped in price now and open to offers!

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    EE Lightning stick top with provenence

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    Hawker Hurricane wheels anybody? two of.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hawker-Hur...item231a3dccde

    Actually the best thing I've seen on there for ages and not too expensive.
    "The 262's most dangerous opponent :- Hawker Tempest - extremely fast at low altitudes, highly-manoeuvrable and heavily-armed."
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    Quote Originally Posted by robdd1 View Post
    still got the coma's in the wrong place !!!

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    Apologies if this has been seen before but it;s so nice..

    a Buccaneer cockpit front end..

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Jet-Aircra...item1e6a99f6bb
    If we had no rules where would we be? France! If we had too many rules where would we be? Germany!

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