RAF Jet Provost T5 Aircraft Martin Baker Ejection Seat P2 Right Hand Type 4P2

£1,995.00

1 in stock

SKU: 17041351 Categories: ,

Description

Martin Baker Ejection Seat

P.2 (Right hand) Position

As fitted to Jet Provost T5 Aircraft 

Fantastic display piece for the private collector or Museum

Epic Gaming Chair!

Type : 4P2

Mk: 2

S/N: 270

Size:  overall high 122cm x width 42cm x overall depth 50cm x depth of seat bucket 40cm Approx. Weight 56kg Approx

Good used as flown condition. Overall great display piece. This is an inert decommissioned seat suitable for display / museum use only. Please see photos for additional information on this seat. The parachute pack is packed out for display purposes, there is no parachute fitted. The PSP survival pack you sit on is empty and has no contents.

Last photo illustrates Jet Provost Aircraft. The seat does not come with an aircraft… We do however have a number of Aircraft for sale if you are in the market for something different! Visit our site for  more details. Search ‘Jet Art’ to find us.

Will ship worldwide subject to UK export control approval. We only export to certain countries so please ask first if you are unsure – please contact us for a shipping quote if outside the UK as international rates shown are estimated. We will need a delivery address and Zip code to quote accurate international shipping rates . UK shipping price is on a pallet. We would recommend a crate for international shipping – this is an additional cost. Price quoted for international in on a pallet.

 

Background

The BAC Jet Provost was a British jet-powered trainer aircraft that was in use with the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1955 to 1993. It was originally developed by Hunting Percival from the earlier piston engine-powered Percival Provost basic trainer, and later produced by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC). In addition to the multiple orders that were placed for the RAF, the Jet Provost also attained several export deals with overseas operators, resulting in the type serving in many air forces worldwide. The design was also further developed into a more heavily armed variant for ground attack mission, which was marketed as the BAC Strikemaster.*

*Wikipedia

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