WWII RAF F24 F52 Camera motor. 14A/988. Spitfire Mosquito Lancaster, Liberator
Here we have an original motor used on the F24 and F25 Camera installations during WWII.
The Williamson F.24 camera was the main air reconnaissance camera at the start of World War 2. It could be mounted in the wings of a Spitfire for low-level vertical imagery and also mounted in the rear fuselage for vertical and oblique imagery.
This motor has a parts reference number of 14A/988. The drive shaft moves freely
This type of camera was fitted to aircraft such as Spitfire, Lancaster, Stirling mosquito, Liberator and several others
The item is sold as non airworthy as it has not been tested