Wwii Pearl Harbor Crash Relic " Crank Shaft From 1st Japanese Plane Shot Down"
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Wwii Pearl Harbor Crash Relic " Crank Shaft From 1st Japanese Plane Shot Down":
WWII Pearl Harbor Crash Relic " Crank Shaft From 1st Japanese Plane Shot Down"Here is a incredible piece of US WWII Pearl Harbor Attack history : We are offering a piece of the first Japanese Aircraft Shot down Dec 7th 1941 ..This plane was shot down over the Kaneohe Naval Air Station Dec. 7th 1941 .. If you do a Google research you will find this was one of the first Naval Air Bases the Japanese attacked before hitting the Harbor minutes later ..My research prooves that several Japanese Aircraft were shot down at that time before Pearl harbor was hit .. This is in untouched as discovered condition in the US veterans estate .. How much is it worth ?Hard to price something so historic. Its anyones guess with nothing to compare to ...We are placing a buy it now price on this piece and will listen to any fair and reasonable offers if we might seem crazy . Here is your chance to own a real piece of US WWII history ..Here is what the uncleaned plaque reads that is attached to this piece of Island wood .. Reads as follows "Crank Shaft From First Japanese Plane Shot Down Kaneohe Naval Air Base December 7, 1941 ...We will listen to any fair and reasonable offer..Here is some updated Information from ahelpful historian."The piece might have came from this Zero. Piloted by Takeshi Hirano. Flew off from IJN carrier Akagi. Shot down by AAA".I think the brass tube might be part from the engine, crankshaft mentioned above. (with thick wall of metal/lead?)Very historical and interesting item, indeed.Other with Mobile