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XyZspineZyX
11-27-2003, 06:39 AM
Could those of you with interest in WWII avionics and collectibles, read on:

Below are two pictures that youll have to copy/paste the URL into your browser address field to see.

What I need is some references backing up suggestions as to:

1. What type and model of FockeWulf did this data plate come from, and any other further details.

http://www.geocities.com/fltsimav8r/FockeWulfIdPlate.jpg


2. What type of luftwaffe a/c and year was this altimeter used in? Note that it goes up to only 7km (21,000 ft), which would indicate an early war a/c. Note also that the speedo that came out of the same a/c went up to 700km/hr. Late year fighter altimeters when up to 13km.

http://www.geocities.com/fltsimav8r/luft-altimeter.jpg


Again URLs or book ISBN supportive info is appreciated and should take the guess work out of the discussion.

AV8R

XyZspineZyX
11-27-2003, 06:39 AM
Could those of you with interest in WWII avionics and collectibles, read on:

Below are two pictures that youll have to copy/paste the URL into your browser address field to see.

What I need is some references backing up suggestions as to:

1. What type and model of FockeWulf did this data plate come from, and any other further details.

http://www.geocities.com/fltsimav8r/FockeWulfIdPlate.jpg


2. What type of luftwaffe a/c and year was this altimeter used in? Note that it goes up to only 7km (21,000 ft), which would indicate an early war a/c. Note also that the speedo that came out of the same a/c went up to 700km/hr. Late year fighter altimeters when up to 13km.

http://www.geocities.com/fltsimav8r/luft-altimeter.jpg


Again URLs or book ISBN supportive info is appreciated and should take the guess work out of the discussion.

AV8R