A Grumman OV-1D Mohawk fuselage has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

Grumman OV-1D Mohawk Fuselage on rolling gear. Ejection seat buckets still installed. This aircraft was used for parts but there are still many usable items remaining. No logbooks or records. This is the OV-1 Mohawk (923), that achieved the high altitude record in 1972 (40,000′).

The fuselage is located in Lake Worth, Florida and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the listing.

A Sea Harrier FRS1 test rig cockpit has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

Believed built for de-misting and cockpit environment, also instrument positioning and testing. It is aluminum on ply frames. I have added a dummy panel and as much original parts as I can (ie radio nav oxygen switches lights etc.). Ideal for films photography flight sims etc. On a steel frame with swivel wheels. Item is 12ft long 4ft wide 8ft high.

The cockpit is located in Halesworth, United Kingdom and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the listing.

A Falklands War IA-58 Pucara cockpit section has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

Unique opportunity to acquire the ONLY Falklands War combat flown IA-58 Pucara cockpit. This aircraft, A-533, flew multiple missions during the war including attacks against the British landings on May 21st 1982 and the Battle of Goose Green on May 28th. It was one of five Pucaras brought back to the UK post-conflict and was displayed at Museum of Army Flying in Middle Wallop before being scrapped in 1990s. The cockpit section was saved by renowned cockpit collector Tony Dyer from whom I obtained this relic.

The section is located in Thetford, United Kingdom and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the listing.

A 1949 Piper Clipper has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

Restoration in 2005, was purchased by airline pilot for 16 years , books start in 2005. 0235-c1, rated 108hp; Upgraded struts; Rebuilt engine, approximately 200 hours, at 2200; Gorgeous interior; August 2021 annual; Registration pending , comes with faa bill of sale. Auto fuel stc; 30 gal in two tanks; Tach time from airline pilots log book, approximately 180 smoh.

The aircraft is located in Reno, Nevada and is currently available for US $35,500. Click here to check out the listing.

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A 1956 DH Super Chipmunk has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

1956 DeHavilland Super Chipmunk Single Engine Airplane DHC-1B-2-S3; IO 540 Lycoming D4A5; Airframe Time: 2750.5; Engine Time: 386.9 since major overhaul. Museum Quality, Turn Key

The aircraft is located in West Islip, New York. Click here to check out the listing.

A 1957 Bucker Jungmann has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

Orange with Dark Midnight Blue. IO 360 Lycoming. Airframe Time: 2899.17; Engine Time: 62.17 Since major overhaul; Museum Quality, Turn Key.

The aircraft is located in West Islip, New York. Click here to check out the listing.

An Allison V1710-35 engine has been spotted for sale.

Details are limited, although the listing reports that there is “zero time on the rebuild.” It is located in Wichita, Kansas and is currently being offered for US $37,500, although offers are also being accepted.

Click here to check out the complete listing, which includes a number of additional photos.

A 1946 Aeronca Chief airframe project is has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

1946 Aeronca Chief 11AC Project; No Wings, Engine or Propeller; Scott 3200 TailWheel Included; Includes Wing Struts; Logbooks, Airworthiness Certificate, and Bill of Sale; No Damage; 2,250 TT

The project is located in Cincinnati, Ohio and is currently available for bidding. Click here to check out the listing.

An 80% scale Spitfire Mk 26 has been spotted for sale. The listing states (in part):

FLYING SPITFIRE (mk26 80% scale replica) built from a kit in 2016. TTAF 20 hrs. Jabiru 8 cyinder 5100 engine, fixed pitch prop. A delight to fly with the same handling and evocative shape as the iconic original, but at a more accessible cost. Docile handling characteristics allows any competent pilot with, or aspiring towards, a tailwheel endorsement to fly this and be a hit at any event you attend.

The aircraft is located in Perth, United Kingdom. Click here to check out the listing.