Description of the engines:
Rolls Royce Viper 535
2647 Hours TTSNEW, 677 Hours SMOH
Apollo MX-20 MFD
Apollo SL-60 GPS/NAV/Com
Apollo SL-30 Nav-Com
Apollo SL-70 Transponder
Apollo SL-15 Audio Panel with intercom
King KCS-55A Slaved HSI
STEC 55X Autopilot with Alert and Preselect, GPSS
U avionics Tail Beacon ADSB
Outboard Pylons & Drop Tanks installed
Shadin Altitude Alerter
US standard oxygen system
Davtron M655 3/1 Instrument
Electronic Hydraulic pressure gauge
Solid state Inverter
Shadin Fuel Flow Indicator
Complete manuals and records
Nice selection of spares included
Extra drop tanks and pylons
Hamilton Vertical card compass
Cold ejection seats
Electric Pressure Pump for instruments
Excellent condition canopy and windscreen
FAA approved AAIP
Over $500,000 documented investment in the aircraft
Restored with updated avionics, new custom instrument panels- 3” instruments arraigned in basic T configuration
Authentic military camouflage-excellent condition
Maximum Speed 518 MPH
Range 1,382 Miles
Runway length req. 3,500 – 4,000 Ft.
Fuel burn: 150 – 180 GPH
Fuel Capacity: 609 Gal.
Weight Empty 6,195 lbs
Weight Maximum takeoff at 11,500 lbs.
Height 10 ft. 2 in
Length 34 ft. 0 in.
Wing Span 36 ft. 10 in.
The Strikemaster is able to operate from rough air strips, with dual ejection seats suitable even for low-altitude escape, it was widely used by the air forces of Botswana, Ecuador, Kenya, Kuwait, New Zealand, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Yemen and Sudan, and saw combat in Ecuador, Oman and South Yemen during its service life.
The Strikemaster is an outstanding Warbird aircraft. It is easy to fly and maintain. The Rolls Royce Viper is an excellent engine used in many civilian and military applications. Manuals and support are excellent.
Contact Courtesy Aircraft to schedule an inspection- located in Rockford, IL.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION
BAC 167 STRIKEMASTER MK.84 N1WQ S/N 1932
Royal Singapore Air Force. An outstanding Pressurized Dual Control Side by Side Jet Warbird!
5296 Hours TTSNEW (50 hrs. since restoration)