Unused old stock, from the 1st WW they are of the varnish fix type. These are tricky to use and great acre is needed. They are not made like this today, but the result is an almost completely flat transfer of the highest quality. Very limited number available, they are just under 3 in diameter. Full instructions are given on how to affix them. find out more
5C/2114 - Switch Cover Flap
5C/2114 - Switch Cover Flap, Ex mod Military electrical spares and aircraft Spare parts
We are equipped to overhaul and set up these extremely complex items with new rubber seals, valves and sleeves plus most other hardware items available to incorporate in these rebuilds.
Please note. We do not sell spares for these units. Overhaul price is £1,500 per unit plus spares as required. This price is subject to the exchange unit being complete and undamaged internally, or excessively worn internal levers and pivots. Exchange units available for emergency breakdowns. find out more
Hymatic Pressure Regulator 450 lbs
Hymatic Pressure Regulator 450 lbs.
In good used condition.
Price as is £400 each and for N.O.S. (as available) £500 each.
Please note we can pressure test them at extra cost, if required. find out more
This extremely rare aeroplane, Yak-1 No. 1342, (G-BTZD) is offered FOR SALE by Retrotec Ltd with a restoration contract at a fixed price. Retrotec is one of the most experienced research and restoration companies working on pre-1945 ex-military aircraft.
Retrotec and its associate company Aero Vintage Ltd have been managing the research and restoration of this aircraft for Historic Aircraft Collection Ltd., the owners of the Yak-1, since the aircraft was recovered from Russia in the early 1990s. The research has been painfully slow due to many of the original records being lost and the need to translate those that we did find into English.
Over the years various components have been restored by specialist subcontractors and the aircraft is now substantially completed with the engine rebuilt and running (see below). The incredibly complex wooden wing is completed, and so is the fuselage with all known outstanding problems resolved.
Why is it for sale? The HAC has, over the years, prioritised other restorations and time has finally run out as the main principle has now retired, hung up his pilots licence and so wishes to pass on this project to a new owner.
The price? It is very expensive. In excess of £2.5 million has already been spent.
The price is £1.5million down and £1.5million to be paid over the completion of the restoration and the issue of a CAA Permit to Fly. The price is subject to VAT or the aircraft can be exported out of the European Union without VAT.