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Boeing 727 complete cockpit

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Part of our private collection is a complete Boeing 727 cockpit. All the indicators are original. As removed from the aircraft before it was taken apart...

Model : 727-233 (Adv) (F)
Aircraft registration : C-FUFA
Owner : First Air
C/N: 20941

Height : 16.1 (41 cm)
Lenght : 53.1 (135cm)
Manufacturer : Boeing Aircraft Company

Picture taken by Peter Novacki courtesy of Jetphotos.net

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Alouette II fuel indicator

Here is an Alouette II fuel indicator mounted on an custom aluminium stand.

This indicator is NOS (New Old Stock) and was built in November 1969.

The Aérospatiale Alouette II was the first production helicopter to use a gas turbine engine instead of the conventional heavier piston powerplant. It first flew on 12 March 1955

It was mostly used for military purposes in observation and training. It could also be fitted with anti-tank missiles and homing torpedoes. As a civilian helicopter it was used for casualty evacuation, crop-spraying and eventually as a flying crane.

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Dassault Flamant fuselage cut with two windows


Here is a fuselage cut with 2 Windows from a Dassault MD 315 Flamant

Finish : mirror polished
Length : 86'6'' (220cm)
Height :59'1'' (150 cm)

The Dassault MD 315 Flamant is a French light twin-engined transport airplane built shortly after World War II by Dassault Aviation for the French Air Force.


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