***PRICE SLASHED TO CLEAR***
Ex RAF Phantom Aircraft
Rolls Royce Spey
Mk202 Jet Engine
A very special opportunity for a major museum or discerning private collector
Ready to display in Museum or business premises foyer. This really is a Monster of a jet engine
Barn Find …
Engine has spent the last 20+ years in a heated building.
In transit stand and bagged.
Own a great piece of aviation history
Date Plate reads as Follows:
Rolls Royce Spey
Mk: JP 102
S/N: JL PAU 100 LWM
Engine Size: -Diameter 100cm Approx
-Overall length of engine cm from front case to end of exhaust unit 520cm approx -weight 2000kg approx
We have a pair of these Spey Mk202 engines for sale. Build your own Thrust SSC!
This listing is for 1x engine sold as per the photos.
Contact us for details on the 2nd engine
The Rolls-Royce Spey is a low-bypass turbofan engine originally designed and manufactured by Rolls Royce that has been in widespread service for over 40 years. The Spey was used in the BAC 1-11, Phantom F4K and Blackburn Buccaneer.
The UK operated the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II as one of its principal combat aircraft from the 1960s to the early 1990s. The UK was the first export customer for the Phantom, which was ordered in the context of political and economic difficulties around indigenous British designs for its roles. The Phantom was procured to serve both in the Fleet Air Arm and Royal Air Force in a number of different roles including air defence, close air support, low level strike and tactical reconnaissance.
Two individual variants were eventually built for the United Kingdom; the F-4K variant was designed from the outset as an air defence interceptor to be operated by the Fleet Air Arm from the Royal Navy’s aircraft carriers, while the F-4M version was procured for the RAF to serve in the tactical strike and reconnaissance roles. In the mid-1980s, a third Phantom variant was obtained when a quantity of second-hand F-4J aircraft were purchased to augment the UK’s air defences following the Falklands War.
The Phantom entered service with both the Fleet Air Arm and the RAF in 1969; while in the Royal Navy it had a secondary strike role in addition to its primary use for fleet air defence, in the RAF it was soon replaced in the strike role by other aircraft designed specifically for strike and close air support missions, and by the mid-1970s was transferred to become the UK’s principal interceptor, a role in which it continued until the late 1980s.
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Our Ref 15073004