The Boeing 727 jetliner represents a high point in The Boeing Company's 100 years of operation. Although the 727 was considered to be a risky bet when it was launched in the 1960s, it became the first commercial airplane to break the 1,000-sales mark, and it remains one of the most popular airplanes of all time. This artifact is a genuine three-window section from a 727-100 that has been given a special finish to commemorate the Boeing centennial. The window frame was buffed and polished before being given a metallic gloss-black finish with the official Boeing centennial mark laser-engraved onto a triangular badge on the lower corner. The clear window panels were cleaned and then replaced into the frame to create a stunning display piece. Certificate of Authenticity is included. Actual window frames may vary slightly from photograph. Measures approximately 58.5"L x 23.25"H x 2.25"D. Weighs approximately 44 lb. Made in USA. *NOTE: This artifact is sold as is with no guarantee that parts maintain original function. Not for flight use.* WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.