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  1. Spitfire LF. Mk.XVI engine & armament photos. Last Sunday on the way back from Flying Legends at Duxford I visited the Spitfire Memorial at Manston. They have a Spitfire LF. Mk. XVI on display, complete with 250LBS & 500LBS bombs plus wing hardpoints. The remarkable thing about this Spitfire is that it's fitted with the "e"-wing but it's quite clear that it's in fact a modified "c"-wing, since it has the .303 gun apertures in the wing leading edge and the cartridge/link ejector chutes underneath the wings. Also remarkable are the deflectors underneath the wings to guide the cartridges/links clear of the bombs. I have no idea if this was a post-war mod or already in use during the war. The 500-pounder: The 250-pounder: The Hispano 20mm gun: The armored windscreen of a Spitfire Mk.V: This back-amour was retro-fitted to a Spitfire Mk.I. When the airframe was completely restored to original Mk.I fit, the armour was removed from the cockpit and ended up in the museum. The "e"-wing armament of this Mk.XVI. The rounded "later" cannon-tubes can be clearly seen, but also the taped .303 gun openings. Underneath the wing the shell ejector chutes for the .303's may also be observed: The afore mentioned deflectors: Wooden prop blade of the Rotol airscrew. The leading edge was strengthened with copper strip. I made these photos with my iPhone, so quality lacks a little. However, I hope these photos may be of some use to you. Cheers, Erik.
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