Back in the 1970's I bought around 120 Japanese plane instruments plus miscellaneous parts from a vet who repaired American plane instruments during the war. I wound up donating most of the instruments to the Bradly Air Museum in Mass. to be used in the restoration of the three Japanese planes they had in their position from the Smithsonian Institute. What prompted me to donate the gauges was I had them all laid out on the floor of my military room, and one night when I left the room and shut off the lights I looked back into the room and you could read a newspaper from the glow of the radium on all the dials. That was enough for me to find someone that could use them. I kept some items and this is one.This Incling meter is new old stock for the Japanese Navy Zero fighter. Don't know what to say about this instrument other than is brand new and has all the green fluid inside to mark the angle of decent or climb. And yes the radium glow like crazy. Condition new
Price: $280.00
SKU: JMT8658