The Douglas Skyraider was designed during World War II, but didn’t see combat until the Korean War through the war in Vietnam. With an illustrious combat history in the ground attack role, more than 3000 Skyraiders were built from 1945 through 1957. This original fragment of upper- surface aluminum skin comes from Skyraider s/n 126867, now in storage and awaiting restoration.
The wall-hanging display is 8.5x11, and each is signed and numbered by Ron Cole. Very limited quantities!
One of the rarest and most historically important displays ever released by Cole's Aircraft - Original un-doped linen from the Wright 1903 Flyer (also known as Flyer I) that first...
Authenticated with full provenance, history, and chain of custody from 1927: . Original .5x.5-inch swatch of silver-doped linen from Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis, that was on the aircraft...
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