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    Some surplus items available during a sort out, regarding the AGS nuts/Bolts there are hundreds of these, the AGS Pneumatic couplings etc, again there are a large amount of them.
    The Army Air light comes with 3 original lenses, Red/Amber and Green.
    As always please Pm and I will give you the sellers details...Sorry but UK only
    Regards

    Jason
    "For you Hilts one month solitary watching Downton Abbey"

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      Brand new Perspex for External windscreen for the Spitfire Mk 1 to MkVb inclusive, complete with COC
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        Tail wheel strut from Spitfire Vc BR108 recovered Malta, in remarkable condition.

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        Original spitfire mounting clip for the emergency U/C air bottle

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          New spitfire tail wheel strut.
          New cannon shrouds for both C wing and E wing spitfires
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            I need one of these for our Canberra TT.18, if anyone has a spare or knows where I can get one I would be very grateful, I,m not sure what its called

            'oh to be famous for 15 minutes'

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              Yes I have one of those. Let me dig it out.

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                Certainly interested Dave. Any more details? Thanks

                Originally posted by G-ASEA View Post
                Got some T6 Harvard canopie frames , over at my fathers.

                Dave

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                  Will take a photo of what there is in the next few days.

                  Dave

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                    Just bumping up another request for one or three much needed items for the Wyvern rig.

                    1; Curved and hinged aerodynamic section that fits onto the front of the early type windscreen. The pic shown is of the black one fitted to the FAAM Wyvern TF.1, but I'm sure there must be a loose example kicking around somewhere.Click image for larger version

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                    2; A Dowty ignition switch 5CW/4180 C1212Y. This is the best I can do for a picture. It appears to be quite an elusive switch for some reason.Click image for larger version

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                    3; This Push / Pull "Ventilator" handle.Click image for larger version

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                    Thanks in advance,

                    Rob
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                      Originally posted by Bruce View Post
                      Yes I have one of those. Let me dig it out.
                      Thanks Bruce, I would appreciate that
                      'oh to be famous for 15 minutes'

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                        Some of the shopping list for our Meteor NF.14...
                        Any and all flying control surface rods, cables, linkages.
                        Main u/c ground locks.
                        A brake drum.
                        Spare fuses.
                        Hydraulic piping and fittings.
                        And whatever you have in the loft/garage/shed gathering dust!
                        Restoring Meteor NF.14 WS788, one rusty nail at a time...

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                          Hi all,

                          Needing a few bits for a project -

                          Hunter T7 canopy
                          Front L/H armoured screen
                          R/H side quarter screen
                          Instrument panel

                          Well that's the start of the list! More requests will follow! Any help would be appreciated.

                          Richy.

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                            Pleased to update with a further collection of surplus parts sorted out today:
                            First photo are mix of AGS
                            2nd is Armament parts for the Spitfire C and E wings
                            3rd photo are 2x Starter plugs and time of trip clock dated 1944
                            4th photo are for Tubular rivets (AGS number in photo), there are approx. 180 of these

                            Regards

                            Jason
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                              Another 4 for you
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                                And another 4 for you
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                                  Within the last few months someone wanted an Eclipse hand wound inertia starter for a Queen Bee project, Can anyone shed some light on who this may be as I have a solution for his problem.

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                                    Stan, if you click on the My Profile tab at the top right of the page, it'll bring up your details, under your user name on the left you can click on 'find latest posts' which should show up the relevant posts and thread.

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                                      Sorting through some boxes of old Cotswold Aircraft Restoration Group parts; we have come across a complete pair of rudder and elevator control chain wheel brackets removed from the CARG Stirling upper fuselage section for restoration, and never refitted prior to its disposal in the mid-eighties.
                                      The part number for each of the pair is S291118A, and the brackets were located on the port upper roof area forward of the crew access door. (See items circled in attached drawing.)
                                      They were in need of a severe cleaning and de-spidering; but were complete and non-pitted. They have now been cleaned and protected with grey primer; and the chain wheel bearings have been lubricated and are now smooth-running.
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                                        Originally posted by windhover View Post
                                        Sorting through some boxes of old Cotswold Aircraft Restoration Group parts; we have come across a complete pair of rudder and elevator control chain wheel brackets removed from the CARG Stirling upper fuselage section for restoration, and never refitted prior to its disposal in the mid-eighties.
                                        The part number for each of the pair is S291118A, and the brackets were located on the port upper roof area forward of the crew access door. (See items circled in attached drawing.)
                                        They were in need of a severe cleaning and de-spidering; but were complete and non-pitted. They have now been cleaned and protected with grey primer; and the chain wheel bearings have been lubricated and are now smooth-running.
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                                        Hi Windhover,

                                        John Lathwell from the Stirling Project will be in touch shortly. They would very much appreciate these parts.

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                                          Hi Windhover

                                          We would be very much interested in these items if available

                                          I have sent you a PM

                                          regards

                                          John
                                          http://www.stirlingproject.co.uk

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