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Boeing 727 Fuselage Mirror Tail #N724CL

Tyle

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Airplane Window Mirror

The newest 727 fuselage window mirrors are made from a Boeing 727 that has lived as a passenger jet, presidential transport, tour plane, hockey team charter and even flew into Y2K by one of the most celebrated aviators in history -  Clay Lacy. For the pilot who has everything, for the aviator in your life, give the perfect pilot gift. 

Each fuselage frame is hand-crafted from this Boeing 727 (N724CL) and polished to a stunning satin finish. Each window is cut to __ in height and is available in a single or duo window configuration. 

Aviation Decor for Home and Office

Let your love of airplanes and this aircraft window mirror inspire your creativity. Create a home, office or work space that shares the joy of flying with your guests. 

Important Notice – Please Read Carefully

Variations and imperfections are not product flaws. They are part of the beauty of our plane window mirrors and frames. The images on this website are provided for reference only and should not be used as the sole basis for choosing this product. 

Hassle-Free Shipping

Domestic Shipping: 3-5 Days.  

International Shipping: 8-15 days

Allow 8-10 days for custom engraving

Caution: Not recommended for children under 8 years of age. This product contains chemical-based paint which may cause respiratory irritation if ingested or inhaled in large quantities. Keep out of mouth.

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    05/26/2020
    Edward S.
    United States United States
    Love the history of the item!

    It is a great item! I love the history of the item and how the website tells you all about the planes history throughout the years, interesting facts, and you can watch a video of what the plane looks like. Hanging on the wall now.

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