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Avro Lincoln / Lancaster engine mount / QEC
EX-RAAF Avro lincoln engine mount / bearer, for the Rolls Royce Merlin V12 engine.

The mount looks identical to a Lancaster mk iii except it has the addition of an extra reinforcement tube, however it may be the same as late model Lancasters from mk iv and on.

Complete with coolers, induction trunk, spitfire thermostat, one exhaust panel, some outlet panels, cowling panels etc.

This will clean up well and suit display or a test rig running merlin or packard merlin engines for ground runs, very solid frame.

$5500

Worldwide sea shipping available in a box.
$5,500.00
Avro Lancaster bomber ailerons
WW2 RAF Lancaster bomber ailerons

English built, good for restoration or display

$2000/each
located australia, can be shipped in a wooden crate

$2,000.00
NATO Ordinance racks
NATO standard, came off an Aermacchi AM3-C bosbok but will fit other types, cessna etc

great condition

p/n 35 900 20 10 A

$750/ea
$750.00
CAC boomerang sliding canopy
Rare CAC Boomerang sliding canopy from an RAAF WW2 fighter.

made from stainless steel, good pattern, display or repairable part, can be straightened, welded etc.

very rare to find these days.

glass kits can be made available

$3000
$3,000.00
(SOLD) Original CAC Wirraway radio mast
Original CAC Wirraway radio mast

New old stock

$600
$600.00
(SOLD) Wirraway / Harvard T-6 brake master
Brake master cylinder suits CAC Wirraway, CCF Harvard, North American AT-6 Texan

Part number 25-33402-10, NOS condition

$200
$200.00
(SOLD) CAC Wirraway rudder pedals
Early 1939/40 Wirraway rudder pedals, some corrosion

$400 USD/pr
$400.00
Spitfire, Merlin tach drives
EX-RAAF stores Brass tachometer drives, NOS condition
Length 12 inches
P/N MH1676
G6A/435
Tagged & packed by DeHavilland Australia

Suit spitfire, mosquito and other Merlin powered fighters

two available, one tagged, one not tagged, $500/ea
$500.00
Matilda II tank drivers stick
This is from an Australian army Matilda II tank used in New Guinea in WW2, drivers stick/grip, very rare find.

$300
$300.00
(SOLD) CAC Wirraway hydraulic tanks
CAC Wirraway hydraulic tanks

two available, $500/ea
$500.00
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt windshield
Republic P-47D 'razorback' Thunderbolt windscreen

Rare item, came off a combat vet

$1200
$1,200.00
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt controls
Republic P-47 Thunderbolt control column base with a bit of the control stick still in place but cut off

hard to get part

$1200
$1,200.00
(SOLD) CAC wirraway push rods
CAC wirraway pushrods x 2

$200/pr

the longer one is almost a meter long
$200.00
(SOLD) CAC Wirraway trim wheels
CAC Wirraway elevator trim wheels

$150/ea
$150.00
(SOLD) CAC Wirraway canopy rod
CAC Wirraway canopy latch rod

$380
$380.00
Douglas DC-3 / C-47 dishpan
Douglas DC-3 / C-47 engine dishpan

fairly good condition

$250
$250.00
CAC Wirraway foot well kits
CAC Wirraway foot well kits, new, airworthy

FWD and AFT available

$1200/set
$1,200.00
CAC Wirraway oil tank
CAC Wirraway main oil tank with fittings, good condition

$1250
$1,250.00
PV1 ventura, PV2 harpoon rack
Wing bomb / drop tank rack for a Lockheed PV1 ventura or PV2 harpoon.

$120
$120.00
Queen Elizabeth II's C-47B Dakota cockpit

This is the nose cockpit section from a C-47B Dakota that was used by the queen on her 1954 Royal tour of Australia.


(above: Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh exiting the aircraft)

The aircraft was delivered in 1945 to 36th squadron of the RAAF as A65-123 and was used to transport Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh around the country in 1954.




During this time it was briefly flown by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Video of this at top).


(above: during the tour)(below: later RAAF service)


It continued in RAAF service until 1968 when it was transferred to the Royal Australian navy and designated N2-123 coded NW for its home base at HMAS Albatros.


(above: with the navy at Nowra NSW)

After the Navy retired it's Dakotas this aircraft was broken up with only the cockpit being saved. Since then this section has been completely restored to its original condition and has been preserved in storage for over thirty years.

The section is entirely restored and complete down to the pilots head sets.




The section is mounted on a wheeled stand and can be shipped world wide safely via sea freight.





This section is a historic museum piece in excellent condition and ready to display.

The section should fit in a sealed 20ft HC container for shipping.
Asking US $42,000. (GST applicable if sold within Australia)
1954 queens royal tour aircraft
$42,000.00
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