Here's a rare opportunity to own an actual Instrument Landing System gauge from a B17 or B-24 heavy bomber flown during World War II. The ILS gauge was used to help pilots line the plane up correctly to land. The gauge, state of the art technology for the early 1940s, works like a gyro, but it is more sophisticated. And it still works after more than 70 years. This authentic gauge came out of a B17 or B24 that was scrapped after the war ended in 1945. During the war, the gauge was in a plane that actually flew bombing missions in Europe. It is a very rare gauge to find. The gauge comes on a custom-fitted metal stand. The display measures 3.5" wide x 3.5" deep x 8.5" high. A great collectible and outstanding conversation piece.
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