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  • flyingblind
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    Thank you everyone for your help

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  • Air Ministry
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    Seems to match the one in these illustrations?

    https://www.historicflyingclothing.c...i-x/prod_15264

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  • flyingblind
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    I did look at that website but the panel I have has the rear fittings attached and the remains of instrument fasteners so I don't see how the panel could be spun around. It was clearly fitted and used as a 'right hand' panel.
    Possible trainer aircraft ??

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  • TEXANTOMCAT
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    Anson... ? Look at the instrument cutouts here and spin the one in the photo round... https://aeroantique.com/products/avr...nt-panel-dj459

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  • flyingblind
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    Just a bit confusing as its not rectangular. Rounded off on the right hand side

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  • AndyY
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    AP1086 identifies 6A/616 as a Mark 1 BFP, so I guess fairly early.

    Andy

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  • flyingblind
    started a topic Blind Flying Panel. What aircraft ??.

    Blind Flying Panel. What aircraft ??.

    Can anyone help with this one.
    Attached photos of an Air Ministry stamped BFP. Not the normal rectangular type. Part numebr 6A/616.
    I would have guessed something like an Anson but it appears to be a right hand panel ?
    What aircraft type would this have been fitted to ?
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