BAC 1-11 Jet Airliner
Rolls Royce Spey Jet engine Exhaust Cowl Cone
Ideal for creating unique chair for the garden or office
Own a piece of aviation history – from known aircraft with great history
In its current state can be used as a great piece of aviation art – Dragons Den style
Create a very unique Chair, Bespoke BBQ or Cocktail Bar etc …
Rolls Royce Spey is a turbofan engine originally designed and manufactured by Rolls-Royce that has been in service for over 40 years.
Intended for the civilian jet airliner market when it was being designed in the late 1950s, the Spey concept was also used in various military engines, such as the Bucaneer and Phantom.
The cowl we have here today is from The British Aircraft Corporation One-Eleven, also known as the BAC-111 or BAC 1-11. It was a British short-range jet airliner of the 1960s and 1970s. This Cowling is from a known aircraft which gives it some nice history as well.
Good used as removed condition. Various scuffs and scratches as per photograph
Would look stunning professionally mirror polished
Outside made of aluminium – bare metal
Inner jet pipe made of high grade heat resistant metal
SIZE: – Diameter 100cm max approx at the widest point
-Max height around 140 cm
-weight – Two people can easily lift it.
Last 2 Photo illustrate the BAC 111 Aircraft.
Local collection can be arranged. We can ship on a pallet world wide.
UK Shipping price is on a pallet. Shipping quote was correct at time of listing. Price is subject to change. Please contact us for an up to date shipping quote.
International shipping can be arranged. Please contact us for a quote. It is big and heavy so shipping will be expensive.
Our ref: 14102102