Looking for the ultimate item for that ‘man-cave’ display? The ultimate conversation piece. How about an engine from Concorde?!
The price may come as a bit of a shock, but how often does a Concorde engine come up for sale? Makes you wonder how much they were when knew from Rolls Royce…
From the seller: “A Rolls-Royce Olympus Turbojet engine 593-610, fitted with afterburner.
Complete with serial numbered mobile stand.
BA signed / Auctioneers certificate of authenticity.
BA restriction of use, it must only be used for static display.
This engine was fitted on wing no.3 position on Concorde reg.: G-BFKW number 214,
(later changed to G-BOAG now positioned in the Museum of Flight Seattle, USA).”