Bell AH-1G Cobra Attack Helicopter Limited Edition Relic Display
A unique opportunity to own an authentic piece of America's first attack helicopter - the Bell AH-1G Cobra - paired with Ron Cole's original painting of this machine in action over Vietnam c. 1968.
Each 11 x 17-inch framed display is signed and numbered, ready to hang. Each piece of raise-riveted aluminum is 1.5 x 2.5 inches; with original 'U.S. Army olive drab' paint on the exterior side, and zinc chromate coating on the reverse. Paint is 99% and unaltered. A copy of the data plate, with serial and part number from this piece, is included on the print.
Each display signed & numbered by the artist.
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