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Date Posted / Updated: 2019-05-06
Military / Warbird
1966 BAe Folland Gnat
Former Royal Air Force Supersonic Gnat - Beautiful Plane!
Airframe Time:
USD 125,000
Aircraft Location:
CA United States
  • 3800 Total Hours Since New
  • Former Royal Air Force Serial Number XR984
  • Previously with Royal Air Force 4 FTS and No 1 SoTT
  • Self Start Capability - Electrical System Upgrade
  • 10% Aerodynamic Clean-Up
  • Simple DC electrical system
  • Engine is run monthly, however the aircraft needs an annual to fly.
  • " Red Arrows " paint scheme but is not an ex Arrows plane
  • 450 lbs lighter than standard due to the electrical upgrade
  • The aircraft is supersonic in a shallow dive

  • Rolls Royce Orpheus engine

Avionics / Radios
  • Becker Radio
  • Becker Transponder
  • Oddesey batteries
  • Gaseous oxygen system

Additional Remarks
  • AirplanesUSA Aircraft Sales proudly presents N316RF to market.
  • This former Royal Air Force T-1 Folland Gnat is a great example of transonic aerodynamics designed by the world famous designer W.E.W. Petter.
  • This T.MK.1 is a real " Fast mover " jet as opposed to so many low performing high fuel consumption trainers on the market . It is very agile and if you cannot afford an F-16 this is the next best thing. The visibility is outstanding from both cockpits.
  • Dual instruction, export and worldwide delivery are available.
  • All trades considered.
  • Call Steve Feldman at AirplanesUSA Aircraft Sales! (847) 331-3133

Seller Contact Information
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Company: AirplanesUSA
Contact: Steve Feldman
Address: Chicago - Fort Lauderdale - Seattle, United States

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