Description of the engines:
GE J-47-GE-27 (5970 # Thrust)
402 Hours Since Major Overhaul
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
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.
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO VERIFICATION UPON INSPECTION
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 email@example.com today!
4417.4 Hours Total Time Since New