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Junkers Ju87 Ju87 - pilot`s position

Hein Capelle

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Peter W. Cohausz

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A remark to post #3 with the Revi and the "Second glass":
The Revi C12/D seen here had standard a normal white glass and in front of it a second brown sunglass.
When not needed the sunglass is pushed down in a metal cover. At the photo of the Ju87 it is pushed down and at the photo of the He115 it is pushed up.
Regards Peter
 

Peter W. Cohausz

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Here a look in color at a restored Ju87B-1 instrument panel. It is an upgraded variant to the Ju87B-2 with the selector switch for the coolant flaps top right.
The panel was found in the early 1980s at a scrap yard near Karlsruhe in southwest Germany. And the start of the restoration was the bare metal.
(photos own collection)
Regards
Peter

Ju 87 B-1 2022.JPG Ju 87 B-1 1985.jpg
 

Peter W. Cohausz

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South Germany
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Germany
A comparison to the early Ju87B-2 panel.
The differences to the Ju87B-1 are:
- the two buttons for the coolant flaps top left
- the indicator for the coolant flaps top right
- the type of the two temperature gauges bottom right
- the installation of the switch box (FBG 4) for the radio left of the altimeter (here not yet installed)
(photo own collection)
Regards
Peter

Ju 87 B-2 Gerätebrett.jpg
 
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