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Rare WWII Japanese Air Wing, Amp Gauge installed in the Japanese fighter/bomber the Kawasaki Ki-45

This WWII Japanese aircraft amp gauge is dated 'Showa 18' - (1943) & month '6' (June) and was installed across a range of Japanese aircraft including the Kawasaki Ki-45 where it was installed on the starboard electrical panel between the pilot and the rear gunner.

While the majority of Japanese instruments, much like their enemy counterparts, had black faced instrument gauges it was not uncommon for many to have the raw metal finish behind the dial. This was particularly true towards the end of the conflict, when aircraft parts and instrumentation became increasingly harder to source.

This Kawasaki K1-45 Instrument comes complete with detailed Scale Model, Mango Wood Stand & Plaque plus Printed Fact Sheet featuring photo of instrument in aircraft cockpit.

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Your Kawasaki Ki-45 Amp Gauge, Original Recovery Curios Warbird Collectable includes:

  • Original Warbird instrument
  • Highly detailed hand-built and airbrushed 1/72 plastic scale model of the aircraft,*
  • Hand-crafted and beautifully finished 100yr, Far North Queensland Mango Wood display stand
  • Detailed, 2-sided, printed and laminated Instrument Fact Sheet detailing aircraft and instrument
  • Removable Magnetic Display Arm

*An upgrade to the larger and more detailed 1/48 scale model is also available in the hand-built and airbrushed plastic version for an additional $40 (Click on the 1/48 scale option)

Both the 1/72 & 1/48 scale hand-built and airbrushed plastic models are available with 'wheels & flaps up or down' and 'canopy open or closed' options with a choice of two Squadron markings and camouflage.

Upon order placement you will receive an email asking for your preferred configuration.

Your complete Recovery Curios Original Instrument Collectable is securely packed and delivery normally takes between 3 - 4 weeks approx.

Did you fly, crew or maintain a Kawasaki Ki-45; have a friend, colleague or family member who did, or simply have an afinity for the aircraft or know someone who does?? Check out our PERSONALISED ORIGINAL INSTRUMENT COLLECTABLE OPTION here.