Mounted in the tail, two of these air controlled servos actuated the pitch of both the rudder and elevator. They were responsible for controlling the direction and elevation of the rocket.
Made of aluminum and steel, this V-1 Control Servo is the later type, dating around 1944, and is in SUPERB relic condition! There are some marks, scratches and wear, but it is fairly complete! This was originally in the collection of a V-1 re-builder, who made a handful of complete and functional examples for various museums and private collections (using 90% original parts). EASILY identifiable as from a V-1 Rocket due to the shape, size, and structure. I have indicated it’s location in the last photos (also shown is the engine that was restored to functioning condition). This is an EXTRAORDINARILY rare piece, and would make a SUPERB addition to any collection, display, or restoration project!
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