De Havilland 82 Tiger Moth Instrument panel and Propeller part

Here we have a WW2 De Havilland Tiger Moth Mk2 Instrument Panel & Propeller, A Very interesting and rare set, A Original De Havilland Tiger Moth Mk2 Instrument Panel with all instruments in and a piece of its propeller, This set is very interesting as it came from a tiger moth (First fly in 1941) that crashed in the 60's and is untouched, some instruments might not work, there is some minor damage to the panel and some clocks etc, but this is consistent with its story! Below 3 photos of the plane it came from and a story written by its original vendor a witness from the crash. Originally the panel came from a De Havilland Tiger Moth Mk2 built by Morris Motors in 1941, its desginated number with the RAF was DF206 and was used as a training plane for gliders and light aircraft with No.29 & No.16 Elementary Training School. After the war it as used in civil life in Norfolk where sadly it met with an accident, it crashed and was a write off.

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The Tiger Moth (DF206) tuging a glider

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Instrument panel

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Propeller part

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