After the Second World War came to a close, all American fighter planes were flown and transported from all over the world back to the USA, where they were, unexplainably, cut up and melted as scrap metal. Only a few of these incredible machines remain in the world today.
The only items that were removed from the planes before they were scrapped were the propellers and the gauges, and still, over 99% of the gauges were destroyed.
This is a set of two gauges from famous WWII fighter planes, displayed on a custom-made museum-quality metal base. This is something you can pass down to future generations.