1958 De Havilland Vampire T55 Jet

Own a piece of aviation history with this 1958 De Havilland Vampire T55 Jet. Originally commissioned by England's Royal Air Force in WWII, the Vampire was the first jet to land on an aircraft carrier, and also the first to cross the Atlantic. This particular model was built in Switzerland, in service until May 1990, and is a trainer version, with two seats and dual controls. And since the main fuselage was made from wood, very few Vampires remain airworthy, making this one of ten or fewer left in the world that can still take to the air.

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