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    Hawker Part numbers

    Do Hawker part numbers have a serial number range that identifies which aircraft type the part is from ?
    ie 0-7000 Hurricane, 7001- 12000 Typhoon etc. I've used these numbers to make the point understanding that they are not actual ranges
    I have an item with a part number of A181818 but does the number tell you what type of aircraft its from along with the ID of the item
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    hard to get a size but is that not a compass swing card holder?
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    Possibly, but whats it from, Typhoon, Tempest or early post war ??

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    Right of seat bucket, just by the two handles ( seat adjust Cooler doors?) there is a similar sized plate looking like the part that sticks out in your second photo

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    Most likely post war jet - probably Hunter or Seahawk

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