Grab hold of a piece of history with an authentic copilot yoke from a 727-251 jet. The 727 was designed to service smaller airports with shorter runways than those used by the 707s. Of all the early Boeing jets, the 727 had the most distinctive appearance, with its rakish T-shaped tail and its trio of rear-mounted engines. It carried billions of passengers on everything from short hops to cross-country flights. This yoke is from a 727-251 operated from 1981 to its retirement, logging 57,330 flight hours and 35,894 flight cycles. Refurbished and set on a shiny steel stand, this yoke is one of a limited number available for private purchase at this time; it would make a striking display for home or office. Certificate of Authenticity included. May vary slightly from photograph. Measures approximately 15"H x 13.5"W at top and 10.5"W at base. Specially priced-no discounts may be applied. Made in U.S.A. NOT FOR FLIGHT USE.