F-4 Phantom II

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LIMITED EDITION OF 166 AIRCRAFT SKIN KEYCHAINS

The F-4 Phantom II was manufactured by McDonnell in the 50s has gained legendary status in American Aviation. With 5195 units produced , it was an absolute best seller.


It was chosen by the 3 U.S. Army Corps: the US air force, the US Navy and the US Marine Corps, as well as the acrobatic patrol of the Blue Angels (US Navy) and the Thunderbirds (US Air Force). 20 versions of this aircraft have been developed.

The part of the F-4 Phantom from which we created our Aircraft Skin Keychains is the inner flap which is very characteristic because of its singular shape. It was found in a boneyard as well as its counterpart. These parts had been patiently waiting for us for more than 30 years under a blazing sun.

We at Flight Inspiration® are very proud to have been able to create a very rare Aircraft Skin Keychain from this awesome legendary aircraft.

Our Aircraft Skin Keychains are created from an identifiable part of an aircraft’s fuselage. For this F-4 Phantom, it is the inner flap, a component that changes according to flight and storage conditions.

All cuts are made from a very small surface which have a different appearance. As a result, each of our Aircraft Skin Keychain is unique.

The photographs of the Aircraft Skin Keychains are shown as an example. Your article will feature slight differences with those presented on this page. It’s the hallmark of their authenticity.

Aerospace aluminium alloy

Limited edition of 166 Aircraft Skin Keychains

Height: 7.96 cm
Width: 3.81 cm
Thickness: 1.31 mm

These Aircraft Skin Keychains are not toys, and are not recommended for children under the age of 8.

 


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01/18/2021
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