Vampire Instrument panel ?

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I was passed a side section of an empty side instrument panel at the weekend. There are part numbers on a switch guard and bracket. Both are marked with round SR inspector stamps. Switch Guard is marked 113.10.467 and underneath that JN5- ISS2. This has all been scribed rather than stamped and reminds me of a Sea Vixen panel I had before. The bracket has H3 10.289 HZ2 and 9628C ISS B - stamped this time. To the rear of the panel itself I can only see an N in a circle. Does the 113 suggests this is from a Vampire two seater ?
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I don't think so Brian. Post a picture up, but the part number format doesn't sound right for Vampire.
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Bruce - thanks for the fast reply. It did look too fat for a side panel. Please find requested pics.
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Whilst you have your thinking hats on - do any of the following part numbers make any sense or attributable. 368 C2 25 03645 368 C3 42 D863 368 C4 X PA806
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Definitely not Vampire Brian, but I know no more. Sorry.
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The inspector's stamp is Saunders Roe, beyond that I can't add anything
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Thanks Alan and Bruce.

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H3 is Skeeter Alan

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congratulations - it turns out to be an iconic piece!
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With only around 80 made the Skeeter is indeed an unusual piece. Thank you to all who assisted! Can anyone assist with the id of these unrelated pieces that have the part No's mention above 368 C2 25 03645 - spacer plate 368 C3 42 D863 - cowl ring rear bracket 368 C4 X PA806 - panel I am guessing post war British or US from the light yellow primer on the inside.
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