Boeing F-4 Phantom II Ejection Seat

Odds are you're never going to get to fly in an F-4 Phantom, but now you can know what it was like by taking a seat in your very own F-4 Phantom II Ejection Seat. Taken directly from one of these fighter jets, the seat was manufactured by Martin-Baker Aircraft, and has been professionally cleaned, refurbished, and riveted to a durable hand-finished steel base. Details include a seatbelt, grip handle, empty oxygen tank and release button, and both a plaque on the rear of the seat and a certificate of authenticity. Note: No longer functional, so don't expect to go flying through the roof in the event of an emergency/in-law visit.

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