P-39 AIRACOBRA ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE

$520.00

Add 1/48 SCALE UPGRADE to P-39 Airacobra detailed model for just $35.00
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In Stock SKU: 2192

Rare Bell P-39 Airacobra, Weston Electric Inst Corp 115412 T-52H, Coolant Temperature Gauge



Installed directly below the P-39 Airacobra's main instrument flying panel on the aircraft's engine display panel, this rare P-39 Airacobra Coolant Temperature Gauge is a real collectors item from this iconic WWII all-metal fighter which served with nearly all Allied airforces in every theatre of war.

Manufactured by Weston Electric Inst Corp this 115412 T-52H, Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge comes complete with Manufacture's plate and would make a fantastic collectable with its detailed 1/72 or 1/48 scale model of the iconic P-39 Airacobra atop its 100yr old Mango Wood stand. What a great original, one-of-a-kind gift for any aviation enthusiast or budding, active or retired pilot.

This Bell P-39 Airacobra 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 Bell P-39 Airacobra, Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge, Original Recovery Curios Warbird Collectable includes:

  • Original Warbird Collectable
  • 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 for an additional $35 (Click on the 1/48 scale option)

Both the 1/72 & 1/48 scale models are available with wheels & flaps ‘up or down’ and doors 'open or closed'

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 P-39 Airacobra or have a friend, colleague or family member who did? Check out our PERSONALISED ORIGINAL INSTRUMENT COLLECTABLE OPTION here.