|Dimensions||44 × 35 × 10 cm|
This is a rare and original piece of fuselage skin of World War II Douglas C-47B Dakota 44-76787. This aircraft was delivered to the United States Army Air Force on 24 April 1945 and transferred to the French Armée de l’Air the same year. This C-47 got stuck under an overpass in the Netherlands while being transported in August 2010.
This self-standing piece was cut (rough) from the remains. The Betsy’s Biscuit Bomber nose art was painted on later and is purely decorative.
Gadgets #: GAD 0477
Dimensions: HxWxD 44 x 35 x 10 cm
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This part is ‘as removed’ and not intended for re-use for flying purposes!
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