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This page shows some of the various aircraft artifacts, parts and pieces that are in the collection. All pieces shown here are original.

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The items on this page are not for sale.

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email: info@historicair.ca
website: www.historicair.ca

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Bell 212 Helicopter Skin

A section of skin from the tail boom of a United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping Bell 212 helicopter in Somolia Africa. The UN sticker is from Mozambique Africa, UN Peacekeeping.

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Bendix Altimeter

Bendix Corporation Altimeter, dated August 1971. This is an ex-RCAF altimeter and was used in the Lockheed / Canadair CF-104 Starfighter, de Havilland Canada CC-115 Buffalo (DHC-5) and the Lockheed CC-130E Hercules.

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Canadair F-86 Sabre Dataplate

Dataplate from a Canadair F-86 / CL-13 Sabre MkV which is a licence built version of the North American Aviation F-86 Sabre jet fighter. Dated May 5 1954, serial 3.

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Canadair F-86 Sabre Throttle

Throttle from a Canadair F-86 / CL-13 Sabre which is a licence built version of the North American Aviation F-86 Sabre jet fighter.

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Canadair CT-133 Silverstar Dataplate

Dataplate from a Canadair built CL-30 / CT-133 Silver Star (licence built version of the Lockheed T-33). Removed from CT-133 21495. 495 last served with the Royal Canadian Navy VX10, was written off June 21 1968 and was scrapped.

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Canadair CT-133 Silverstar Grip

B-8A stick grip from a Canadair built CL-30 / CT-133 Silver Star (licence built version of the Lockheed T-33).

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de Havilland Aircraft of Canada Control Yoke

Co-pilot control yoke from a de Havilland Aircraft of Canada DHC-5 / CC-115 Buffalo. This style of yoke was used on other DHC aircraft such as the DHC-4 / CC-108 Caribou.

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de Havilland Aircraft of Canada Data Plate

Made of aluminum, size 4 inches by 2.5 inches, this blank data plate was produced for the de Havilland Canada Trackers that were being converted to water bombers by Conair Aviation out of Abbotsford BC, Canada.

This is NOS and was never used.

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Junkers Ju52 Data Plate

Fuel tank dataplate, made of aluminum size 3 inches by 2 inches. The information on the data plate is as follows:

Serie 25299/30
Zeichn. 803697P
Typ u.Grp. Ju52 Mb/XXVIII
K.M. S 637
Prufdr.0.4
kg/cm2Jnh.215

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McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo Pilots Instrument Panel

Removed from the Canadian Armed Forces CF-101B Voodoo #101015, Voodoo 101015 in an ex-USAF s/n 57-299 F-101B-85-MC transferred to MASDC (Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center) on July 14 1968. Transferred to the Canadian Armed Forces September 21 1971 as 101015. 101015 served with the No.409 All Weather Squadron at CFB Comox and the No. 425 All Weather Squadron CFB Bagotville Quebec. Struck off strength October 20 1989 in 1995 Voodoo 101015 was put on static display at Veterans Memorial Park, Levis Quebec.

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McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo Pilots Sub-Panel

Pilots left hand sub-panel removed from the Canadian Armed Forces CF-101B Voodoo.

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McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo Pilots Sub-Panel

Pilots right hand sub-panel removed from the Canadian Armed Forces CF-101B Voodoo.

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McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo 416 Squadron Patch

The squadron patch which is 32 inches in diameter, was cut off the tail of McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo number 101010. This Voodoo was ex-USAF s/n 57-286, F-101B-85-MC, taken on strength by the RCAF on July 2nd 1970. Served with No. 409 All Weather Fighter Squadron CFB Comox, BC and with No. 416 Squadron.

While being transported under a Chinook helicopter from CFB Mountain View to the RCAF Museum at CFB Trenton, it was jettisoned due to severe oscillations (photo) and landed upside down in Bay of Quinte. It was recovered but because it was badly damaged, it was scrapped.

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Pratt and Whitney Engine Data Plate

Made of aluminum, size 3.75 inches by 2.5 inches

Some of the information on the data plate includes: USAF or BU.Model: R-985-AN 14B, MFRS. No. 22566, Prop Rotation: Right Hand, firing order 1-3-5-7-9-2-4-6-8.

Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, Division of United Aircraft Corp., East Hartford Conn., USA

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Aircraft 8 Day Clock

12HR - 8 Day, Mech., Part #87500-1135, Manufactured by Aerosonic Corporation Clearwater Florida, Dated Jan 1988. Size is 2.25in x 2.25in x 1.5in.

Removed from a CP Air (Canadian Pacific Airlines) Boeing 737.