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    Canopies For ID

    A friend has found these being used as cloches on an allotment, can anyone ID and are they worth saving? ta

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    Harvard, worth saving of course

    The one nearest looks like the front cockpitcanopy and the next looks like to middle (solid) section
    Last edited by Trolly Aux; 19th April 2018, 20:23.
    SMOKE SMOKE GO!
    TA out

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      #3
      Very nice!
      Tony Dyer
      https://www.facebook.com/TheAirDefen...homepage_panel

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        #4
        Thanks for that, I'll see if I can rescue them.

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          #5
          Make sure he has a look round, is that two more at the back?

          Adrian
          "Snow clearing equipment has been found under snowdrift" - message sent from RNAS Hatston, Orkney, 1944.

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            #6
            Don't forget to look in the shed - the fuselage and wings are in there!

            Anon.

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              #7
              Reminds me in around 1987 I found a stack of Harvard canopy's in a garden near me, I was only 16 at the time, saved one but later passed it on, some years later they were all gone. Must have been a lot saved from the scrap man.

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                #8
                I can see 7 in the photo.

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                  #9
                  Postwar examples - either T-6G or Mk.IVs. I think it was the Mk.IVs that did without the central frame at the top, but no doubt someone else will know for sure.

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