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Something different: 1973 Harrier GR3 jump jet at Silverstone Auctions' July 26 & 27 sale

For the high-net-worth individual with a small garden and an intense dislike of the neighbours this 1973 Harrier GR3 jump jet ticks all the boxes.

Dry stored for 22 years and kept hydraulically and electrically alive, it’s described as the “cleanest first generation RAF Harrier” around, and has real potential for a return to flight. 

What’s more, it’s being offered at no reserve at Silverstone Auctions’ July 26 & 27 sale at the Silverstone Classic. However, word is that a six-figure sum will be needed to secure it.




By Al Suttie

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