NEVER LOSE THE RESTROOM KEY AGAIN :) or Anything else you attach to this HUGE keychain.
Perfect for your home, office, hangar, airport, business, fob, mancave, etc
Here is your opportunity to own an authentic piece of aviation history!
Engine Blade is from the 1950's and was used on the General Electric J79 Turbojet Engine that powered the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II, Covair B-58 Hustler, Locheed F-104 Starfighter and the North American A-5 Vigilante.
Powdercoated Black Design (can be customized)
Blade Model: 7039R56
Cleaned and blasted to bare metal.
Blade measures 7-3/4 Inches Long x 2 Inch Wide
Comes complete with 32mm stainless steel split ring
Very limited piece. A fantastic conversation starter.
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