Mirage III Delta Silkscreened / Raw Grey - Satinated Aluminium

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on BACK aluminium polished with silkscreen - FRONT raw grey with 3 patina

This Mirage III-E Aircraft Skin Keychain comes from an authentic aircraft fuselage manufactured by Dassault. This airplane began its long career on December 21st 1966 as part of the ''01/004'' Dauphiné Fighter Squadron.

Our Aircraft Skin Keychains are not numbered on the piece. To prove their rarity, each keychain is accompanied by its certificate of authenticity bearing a unique handwritten serial number.

The airplane of the 4th Fighter Squadron stationed on the Air Base 116 of Luxeuil-Saint-Sauveur, registered: F-ULAC. At the end, not flying anymore, this aircraft was used as a pilot extraction training airframe.

The Mirage III was manufactured by Dassault Aviation for the French air force. His first flight took place on 17th November 1956 in Melun-Villaroche. Powered by the Atar 9C, it was the first plane to fly to Mach 2 in Western Europe. Thanks to its extraordinary maneuverability in combat, it has been a bestseller in the history of Dassault Aviation.

Flight Inspiration® has had the opportunity to save parts of this aircraft's fuselage before his final trip to the foundry to be recycled.

Our Aircraft Skin Keychains are created from an identifiable part of an aircraft’s fuselage, a component that changes according to flight and storage conditions.

Every cut-out made from a fuselage differs from the next one… Every centimeter feature particular wear and tear, and 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 only 11 silkscreened Aircraft Skin Keychains in 3 patina.

Height: 7.69 cm
Width: 5.56 cm
Thickness: 1.32 mm

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

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