Hawker Sea Fury T.20 “Invincible”

Hawker Sea Fury T.20 “Invincible”

1951 Royal Navy WG655 (G-INVN)

Airframe: 2166.40

• Engine: Hours 85.40, Pratt & Whitney R2800, 2000hp, Maximum Speed 440mph

• Propeller: Hours 85.40, Hamilton Standard 24E60-303/6855A-6

• Range: 748 Milles, Cruise Speed 288mph

• Serial: 41H-636070

• Based: Duxford U.K

• Maintained: Aircraft Restoration Company

Exclusively for sale via Eagles Eleven.

This impressive, air show legend, Sea Fury T.20 is currently operated by the Norwegian Spitfire Foundation and is maintained by a world class engineering outfit in the Aircraft Restoration Company. Also benefitting from (SSAC) approval, which allows a unique passenger experience which can be arranged with Duxford’s Aerial Collective.

Developed during WW2 and then entering service in 1947, the Sea Fury was a much-loved carrier based fighter, seeing service both in Korea and the invasion of Cuba it was renowned for its impressive power along with great agility being able to outturn the enemy MiG-15’s.

WG655 was delivered on 9-10-1951, the early years were spent with 781 Squadron at their Lee on Solent base, 1957 saw a move to Germany and a new home at München Riem airport where it carried out TT duties for the Ministry of Defence, the time in Germany came to an end on the 12th November 1975 when it undertook the last flight of a German Sea Fury. During 1976 it was withdrawn from service and shipped back to the Royal Navy at Yeovilton where it remained until 1990.

The next 18 years were spent in New Zealand then America until finally making its way back to England when Duxford’s The Fighter Collection purchased it from Sanders Aeronautics based in California. Since then the original Centaurus engine has been replaced with the Pratt & Whitney R2800 which powers a reliable 2000hp to the four blade propeller, originally from a Grumman Guardian.

The sale of (G-INVN) “Invincible” offers an opportunity to own a most impressive piece of British Aviation, this aircraft is a regular on the European air show circuit and along with its SSAC approval allows its new owner a revenue capability.

Price: £1,290,000 (plus TAX if applicable) Enquire