RAF Aircraft Panavia Tornado
RB199 Jet Engine HPC Compressor Stage Ring Mirror
Beautiful piece of engineering with a mirror inserted.
A stunning, functional piece of aeronautica. Industrial Chic with a modern twist. ‘Jet Art’ at it’s finest.
*Very cool and unique* – check out the blades on this stage – shows signs of FOD damage where something was ingested into the £1Million Jet Engine!! A Real talking piece, hang it on your wall and show your friends!
- Made from Titanium
- Polished to a sheen
- Mirror is safety backed.
Size: 38cm D Ring – 15.5cm D Mirror – 3.5cm Blade lengths – 4cm depth – Approx.
Used as flown condition. As you can see from the pictures, this has damage to some blades from F.O.D that has been ingested into the engine making it very unique! Does not detract from it being a great display piece and talking point! The photos show close up detail of the damage which is on the back of the mirror.
This item is sharp around the edge. Please handle with care.
*The Tornado is a twin engine variable geometry swing wing combat aircraft used by the RAF today.
To enable it to perform well across an entire flight envelope, the Tornado was designed to allow the pilot to sweep the wings back during flight.
This enabled the aircraft to perform exceptionally well at low-level supersonic flight, as well as short field take off and landing.
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