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Boeing 707 fuselage skin tags available now in a limited run.

This airframe was delivered new to El Al in 1961 as 4X-ATB. A terrorist hijacking incident took place on board on September 6, 1970, but the aircraft was not badly damaged and continued to serve with El Al and later Arkia until 1985. It was returned to Boeing for the KC-135 conversion program, but Boeing chose to donate the aircraft to Berlin's Technikmuseum in honour of the city's 750th anniversary in 1987.

This aircraft skin is 62 years old so these tags show extensive wear, tear and imperfections which only adds to their character!

Presented on a backing card and protected in a plastic sleeve.

Boeing 707 D-ABOC Skin Tags

SKU: 567
  • Dispatched within 5 working days. Shipping within the UK is using Royal Mail signed for delivery, bigger items will be DPD courier. Free shipping on orders over £50 within the UK, international rates vary, please contact us for a internal postage quote before purchasing. Customs/Duty costs to be paid by the receiver- the allocated shipping agent will contact you on the details provided at point of order.

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