Do you want a glider or a PC-9 for your hanger? Need spares part for your Globemaster? Or maybe you could use a real-life Black Hawk fuselage for that flight simulator you always wanted to build? Australian Frontline Machinery’s upcoming aviation auction could have what you’re looking for.
CAPTION: This Black Hawk fuselage shell with 0 flying hours will be sold at auction by Australian Frontline Machinery in March 2020.
In March 2020 Australian Frontline Machinery will be auctioning 18 Pilatus PC-9/A ‘Roulettes’ and thousands of other items.
The PC-9s come in a range of used conditions, including near-complete aircraft with avionics and mechanical components.
Configurations vary, with assembled and disassembled aircraft available. Disassembled aircraft are stowed in transport crates.
Also in the auction will be one, Black Hawk helicopter fuselage shell in unused condition – as well as four 2014-vintage Schleicher ASK 21 Mi gliders in towable stowage trailers.
The auction will also included tens of thousands of aviation parts and equipment in a range of conditions, including as-new and used, with technical documents (where available).
Parts and equipment are designed to fit…
- Pilatus PC9/A
- Sikorsky S-70A-9 Black Hawk
- Sikorsky S-70B-2 Seahawk
- Boeing C-17A Globemaster
- Lockheed C-130 Hercules
- Bell 206B-1 Kiowa
Each lot will begin at $1, with no reserve.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to purchase a piece of Australian military history.
This aviation auction runs from 6 to 19 March. Visit Australian Frontline Machinery for details.