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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II, 1959 y.

2 950 000 $

Vendor code: 5134

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II, 1959 y.

Vendor code: 5134

2 950 000 $

Sold by aircdonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II1959 release.

This is the only private phantom F-4 in the world, capable of flying. Demilitarized, not armared.

McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II (McDonnel Douglas F-4 "Phantom-2") - double, distant radius action fighter-interceptor, third-generation fighter-bomber.


461 Hour TTSN

0 Time from the moment of recovery - Currently 80-85%

Engines: Repair

General Electric J-79-8 increased to -15

Engines 3x Currently on Aero Turbine waiting for major repairs

2x engines in California as spare parts

Heated Seats

Martin Baker MK 7 places "0/0"

New crew parachutes and survival sets

Avionics: TBD


Painted - US Navy - Excellent Condition


Centrifugal and suspended chokes

2X drag and drop

Restoration: Currently 80-85%

- the platform has a full Iran according to US Navy standards

- Double controls installed in the back of the cabin

- All components are processed to the state "0 times"

- the aircraft completely reworked

- The fuel system is rebuilt with new fuel elements

- All hydraulics rebuilt with stainless steel lines

- All three hydraulic systems are processed

- 2 Pneumatic systems are processed

- New wheels and brakes


F4H-1F '145310' was delivered to the Navy in 1959 and was the 11th serial plane. 1961 was unforgettable for the aircraft. 22, 1961 he had a very impressive bomb 22 MK83 500LB At different hard points under the aircraft and dropped them to the distance in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. This demonstration has become a decisive factor in order to ensure that the US Air Force also ordered an aircraft.

In August 1961, 145310 was one of the three F4H-1F Phantom II used by the US Navy to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the US Naval Aviation. SageBURNER was authorized to establish a new record speed at low height .28 August 1961 BUNO 145307 (sister-ship to 145310) established a new record with a low speed height with an average speed of 902,760 mph for a 3-kilometer turn on the white sand rocket in New Mexico. Maximum height achieved during this The records were 125 feet, hence the name "Project SageBurner".

Later, During A Weapons Test, Bunu 145310 Hadpart of the undercarriage door and pylon Were Burnt by A Sidewinder Missile and Later That Year, The Aircraft Suffered AnEngine Failure. Thankfully Landing Safely. Bunu 145310Last Saw Use in September 1964 When the Navy Retired Their Test Aircraft. IT HAD Completed 461hours.

Never Demilled, Bunu 145310 HAS Been Under Restoration to Airworthy Condition for The Past 10 Years by Aircraft Restoration Services LLC At The French Valley Airport, CA. It is Being Offered for Sale As Is, Where Is, And Aircraft Restorage Services LLC Is Prepared to Contract to Finish The Phantom to Airworthy Condition.

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Updated: 21 October 2021 21.

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