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  • FarlamAirframes
    Scrap Metal Man
    • Nov 2007
    • 1434

    Anson Part number

    I have a section of engine cowl that I think may be Anson.

    The part numbers on it are

    6A E768
    6 _ 768
    6C 768
    7G E768
    6E ---
    With inspectors stamps N in a circle
    DTD in a circle
    BZ

    I think the E is Avro speak for cowling.

    Any Anson cowl owners out there to confirm ?
    Kind Regards,

    Brian
  • Whitley_Project
    If in doubt apply heat..
    • Jan 2000
    • 2835

    #2
    I dont recognise those numbers. Any chance of a pic?

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    • FarlamAirframes
      Scrap Metal Man
      • Nov 2007
      • 1434

      #3
      Elliott - as requested. British and cowling.
      Attached Files
      Kind Regards,

      Brian

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      • Air Ministry
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Jan 2008
        • 1685

        #4
        The panel fasteners certainly look like the ones used in abundance on the Anson.

        hth
        The garage that keeps on giving.

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        • FarlamAirframes
          Scrap Metal Man
          • Nov 2007
          • 1434

          #5
          Just a thought - as the Anson was Cheetah engined ( and cowled) so was the Oxford and Envoy etc. The Oxford was 10.... The Envoy would be 6.....

          Although there are no letters in this Oxford part number.
          Attached Files
          Last edited by FarlamAirframes; 23rd March 2019, 08:24.
          Kind Regards,

          Brian

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          • Derbyhaven
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Jan 2011
            • 161

            #6
            We've got an identical panel here at Ronaldsway. I'm sure I found a photo showing that the panel fitted around the Anson oil cooler somewhere but I can't find it now.
            Ivor Ramsden
            Manx Aviation and Military Museum / Museum of the Manx Regiment
            Ronaldsway Airport, IOM

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            • FarlamAirframes
              Scrap Metal Man
              • Nov 2007
              • 1434

              #7
              Thank you. I was more convinced that it was an Avro part.
              Kind Regards,

              Brian

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              • Whitley_Project
                If in doubt apply heat..
                • Jan 2000
                • 2835

                #8
                Yes, that looks Anson to me Brian

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                • FarlamAirframes
                  Scrap Metal Man
                  • Nov 2007
                  • 1434

                  #9
                  Thanks to all for comments and assistance.
                  Kind Regards,

                  Brian

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