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COURTESY: 1952 F-86F “SkyBlazers” with 402 Hours SMOH, USAF Military Paint Scheme, Two 120 Gal. Aux Fuel Tanks. See N86FR complete specs/ photos at http://www.courtesyaircraft.com and contact Mark Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org today!
Avionics / Equipment
Collins VHF Radio
Collins VHF NAV Radio
Collins TDR-90 Transponder
Standby Instrument Invertor
Two 120 Gallon Wing Aux Tanks
Vertical card compass
Excellent Canopy Glass
4417.4 Hours Total Time Since New
Engines / Mods / Prop
GE J-47-GE-27 (5970 # Thrust)
402 Hours Since Major Overhaul
Interior / Exterior
Exterior: Silver Military Scheme, “SkyBlazers” Good Condition
Interior: Gray Cockpits
Aircraft Located at the Valiant Air Command Museum in Titusville, Florida
Manufactured in 1952
Delivered to FA Argentina as C-109 in 1960.
Recovered from Argentina and assembled in Coleman TX. in 1989.
9/14/90 U.S. FAA Certificate of Airworthiness.
Now Registered as N86FR.
Flown as USAF/SkyBlazers, 31201, FU-201.
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Antique North American F86
The North American F-86 Sabre, also known as the Sabrejet, is a transonic Jet fighter aircraft. Though it was outdated by the end of the 1905s, the Sabre was versatile enough that several military forces continued to use the aircraft into the 1990s and several countries extended the production. The North American F86 is powered by a J47-GE-13 JET engine. The empty weight is 11,150 lbs and the gross weight is 20,610 lbs.