We supply aircraft engines and parts for museum, display and instructional purposes. Ideal for: colleges, universities, museums or for corporate display use.
Please contact us with your requirements. Aircraft engines and parts available for sale. Please scroll down the page to see some of our current stock.
TSR2 Aircraft Production batch jet engine. Stunning museum exhibit or corporate display piece. An incredibly impressive feat of British engineering at its best! Engine is in its original transport stand. Holy Grail aircraft collectible only available at Jet Art. Please contact us for further details.
Great condition Avon Mk1 Jet engine with paperwork. Engine was removed from Canberra Serial number WK128 the red, white and blue painted Raspberry Ripple jet. Engine has LOW HRS and comes in a desiccant packed bag mounted in a transit stand. This engine has the MOD F731 paperwork showing it was removed from aircraft serial WK128 at Llanbedr in 1996. WK128 started life as a B2 and was then converted to a TT18 flying in Royal Aircraft establishment Raspberry Ripple colours. Please contact us for more details.
New Arrival at Jet Art a Rolls Royce RB108. An incredibly rare engine, believed to be the only privately owned example. This is likely to be the only time one of these engines becomes available on the open market and as such represents a significant acquisition opportunity for a major museum or private collector . Small and compact at only 46 inches long and weighing in at only 122Kg five of these tiny turbojet’s were used to power the Shorts SC1 experimental 1950’s VTOL aircraft of which only two were built. Of the five engines installed on each aircraft 4 of those were to provide vertical lift and the fifth for forward flight. The engine comes in a swivel display stand and would make a nice addition to a museum or private collection.
Very interesting and unusual engine. Comes ready to display on a wheeled display stand. Would look impressive in Foyer in business premises or fantastic Museum piece. Front fan is made from Titanium, with cowlings on the rear of the engine made from aluminium sporting a polished finish.
Incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a monumental piece of Aviation Heritage representing the pinnacle of the British Aviation industry. Offers are now being taken on this, the prototype TSR2 Aircraft Bristol Siddeley Olympus 22R Mk 320 Jet engine, Serial Number 1! Jet Art Aviation is the only place in the world you can buy an Olympus 320 engine. This ”The” prototype engine represents a once in a life time acquisition opportunity. Quite possibly the Ultimate museum / display engine….Please contact us for further information.
Rolls-Royce Pegasus MK 105 Jet Engine LP1 Compressor Fan with Serviceable F731 and Log Card. Previously fitted to ZD380, ZG741, ZD435 and ZD467.
The log cards show that it was first fitted to a Harrier in 1998 and last reconditioned in 2005. F731 shows Serviceable 779 hrs life remaining. Incredibly good condition. Comes with Serviceable paperwork dated 2010 at RAF Wittering.
Rolls-Royce Pegasus Jet Engine LP2 Compressor Fan. Made from Titanium.
The Avon Mk209 engine was only used in the P1B prototype Lightnings of which only 3 were built. The P1B aircraft were used for research and development and were built prior to a batch of 20 pre-production Lightning F1 aircraft. The P1B aircraft used the Avon Mk209, the pre-production F1 aircraft were upgraded with the Avon Mk210 engines installed.
HUGE Rolls Royce RB211 jet engine fan. Made from Titanium, a beautiful piece of engineering. Perfect piece for interior design. Other smaller jet engine fans / stages also available for sale. Please contact us for further details.
This engine is an excellent museum display piece, already mounted on a wheeled display stand. The M45H engine was unusually mounted in an over wing configuration on the Fokker 614 aircraft. Only 16 Fokker 614 aircraft were built which made this a rare specimen.
Rolls Royce Spey MK202 jet engine with Afterburner. This is one monster of a aero engine producing over 20000 lb of thrust in full re-heat. In Barn find condition this engine has been stored inside a heated building for the last 20+ years. Bagged and in the correct transit stand. Previously used on the RAF F-4 Phantom aircraft which was retired from UK service use in the early nineties.
As fitted to Aircraft: WV267 and XF289. Removed from a Hawker Hunter T Bird Aircraft. Avon jet engine with aircraft history and known hrs and log cards. Was last used on a training aircraft on a dummy deck in 1993. The engine sits in the correct transit stand. Engine spins and rotates by hand. The starter is not fitted.
Paperwork shows engine has run 784 hrs 15 mins.
Removed from Hawker Hunter T Bird Aircraft. Last fitted to Aircraft G-VETA (Previously RAF Serial number: XL600). Was last used and removed from aircraft in 2001.
The engine sits in the correct transit stand. Engine spins and rotates by hand. The starter is not fitted.
F-731 States unserviceable as ”stagnating on roller landing”. Paperwork shows 59.03 hrs remaining on engine until reconditioning.
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