TYPE B-7  Engine Gauge Unit ‘Triple’ TEMP FUEL OIL Gauge P-38, P-40, P-47, P-51


The WWII-era Engine Gauge Unit (aka Triple Gauge), B-7, displayed the performance of 3 engine parameters in one instrument: Oil Temperature, Oil Pressure, and Fuel Pressure. The B-7 unit was used in the US Army Air Force fighters, according to their Maintenance Interchangeability, p-38E Lightning, P-40 Warhawk, P-47 Thunderbolt, and P-51 Mustang.

No airworthiness implied

Item weight 950 grams
These items are sold on behalf of T6 Harvard Ltd, which operates G-BJST ‘Wacky Wabbit’ from Peterborough and Fowlmere. Buying our parts and merchandise helps offset the £60K per year it takes to keep the Wabbit in the sky! The company offers conversion courses for pilots wishing to fly Spitfire and Hurricanes, Warbird Flights for the public,
attends airshows and has been used for film and TV work. You can learn more about T6 Harvard Aviation by visiting our ‘Friends’ page. The paint scheme of this Harvard depicts AJ841 in RAF Desert Air Force (DAF) colours. AJ841’s service history can be traced back to the 154 Squadron based at RAF Fowlmere before deploying to the Middle East in 1942.

Sold purely as a collectors/display item


Postage £4,95 via Royal mail