MIG-21 cockpit complete
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Convair 240 fuselage, complete cockpit, biz interior ex- Howard HughesFurther descriptions and prices available on request.
North American Aviation F-86H Sabre Jet Cockpit Fuselage Section Project
F-86H cockpit in fair condition, with a good cockpit, The USAF serial number and some squadron history are known for this aircraft. A lot of the original markings and paint scheme colors and unit markings are still visible. The photos were taken before a good interior clean up was conducted.
It has a stick (no grip), throttle, rudder pedals, glare shield, g-suit/oxygen knobs, part of the gun sight, instrument panel surround/support, correct rebuilt ejection seat (still needs some minor repairs and paint), and a few original cockpit levers, handles. It has no instrument panel, but the panel surround and mounting bracket are there which is essential to be able to mount a panel in the cockpit. The cockpit needs some small, flat aluminum sheet stock, some dzus rail sticks, screws and rivets to make left and right consoles for the inside. The cockpit interior has quite a few of the correct switch and edgelit panels including stores jettison button, speed brake switch, main circuit breaker and fuse panel, missile launch panel, master batt and AC electrical panel, landing gear handle, landing and grounds lights panel, flaps and ground start edgelit panel, keystone gear position indicators, and others. It appears that some or all of the canopy mechanism is there, but it has no canopy at this time.
The external skin needs patching or replacement in several places. It needs gun bay doors, some small panels, but has the left hand gun bay kick step assembly to allow cockpit access. It has the left hand gun blast panel, but needs the right side stainless gun blast panel. Replacement windshield glass will need to be fabricated, there appears to probably be enough broken original pieces to use as patterns. The cockpit probably weighs 4000 lbs., is about 26 feet long, just over 4 feet wide and estimated at 8 plus feet tall due to the extended, partial nose gear. This is a substantial restoration project and not all that difficult, but it is beyond my sheet metal skills. The photos show most all of the good and not so good of the cockpit. The ejection seat photos are progress pics of the seat which has since had more repair work done to it. It still needs two aluminum tubes installed and holes drilled to hold them in place.
Hawker Hunter Jet Fighter Cockpit Fuselage Section
British Royal Navy model GA 11, tail number WV 267. This aircraft served in both RAF and Royal Navy squadrons. Exterior skin generally good, some external access doors missing. Torch marks on the aft fuselage occurred when the engine was removed. The original RN paint scheme, some markings and numbers are visible under the paint. Has instrument panel with most instruments, glare shield, stick and grip, throttle, rudder pedals, map case. Has left and right consoles with few boxes missing. No gunsight. This aircraft as configured may not have been equipped with a gunsight. Cockpit interior very weathered and corroded and will need to be totally cleaned, stripped, restored, painted and reassembled. No ejection seat. Dimensions about 23 feet long 6+ feet tall and 9 feet wide at the wing attach points, approx 4000 Lbs. Can deliver anywhere in the US. Wooden storage/shipping cradle shown in photos is included.
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F-4 Phantom “SKYBURNER”
McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom Fuselage. This is the actual F4H-1 Phantom that set speed and altitude records back in the 50’s and 60’s. This historic project is the number two Phantom ever built, the oldest existing F4 airframe and one of only two ships given a name by the factory. It’s sister ship “SAGE BURNER” was lost during testing, leaving it as one of the few remaining icons of the golden age of flight test. Rescued and preserved by a private museum, this rare and remarkable airframe has been released. There are only a handful of F4 cockpits or fuselages in private hands and it is unlikely that any more will come out of surplus. This aircraft will require substantial time and effort, but is most worthy of restoration. Call or email for details.