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P-51 Mustang Q-1b Flight Suit Rheostat Heater on

US $100.00

Fabens, Texas, US

Fabens, Texas, US
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This is a Q-1B Flight Suit Heater  / Rheostat taken off a P-51 Mustang we rebuilt in the 80s.   This type of Flight Suit Heater / Rheostat was used in various WWII aircraft to heat up flight suits.  The pilot or crew would simply plug in his flight suit into a rheostat to heat/warm up.


This is truly a unique P-51 Mustang Flight Suit Heater / Rheostat making it not only a great addition to your collection and great conversation piece but it will also make great museum display.

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