Boeing 757-200 fuselage static port skin cut. This artistically skin cut was cut from the fuselage of Boeing 757-200 MSN 29215  B-2851. This handcrafted upcycling art...
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Boeing 757-200 fuselage static port skin cut.

This artistically skin cut was cut from the fuselage of Boeing 757-200 MSN 29215  B-2851.

This handcrafted upcycling art piece was carefully cut and polished. Rivets and stringers were kept for an original feel of the aircraft.

No matter you are a pilot, crew, aviation student, enthusiast or an avgeek, this is an absolutely perfect collection or gift. 

Details

  • Size: 25.5cm x21.5cm 

  • Weight: 0.5kg

Aircraft Information

Boeing 757-200 MSN 29215 was delivered to China Xinjiang Airlines in1998. It was transferred to China Southern Airlines in 2003 when two airlines merged. 

The aircraft was the last Boeing 757 of the airline and operated airline's last Boeing 757 flight in 2018. It was then converted to cargo aircraft in the same year and transferred to YTO Express. 

A large section of forward fuselage was removed from the aircraft during cargo conversion and we were able to preserve some fuselage cut. This static port was among the area removed during cargo conversion.

Note

Due to the value and weight of this item, we strongly recommend you use FEDEX/DHL EXPRESS/UPS. For European Union Countries, mandatory VAT and service charge will be collected by FEDEX/DHL EXPRESS/UPS when you receive the package. 

If you did not see your country as shipping destination during check out, please contact us and we will manually calculate the shipping cost.

This product is a specially handcrafted item. RETURN IS NOT ALLOWED. The edge may be sharp and rough. It may cause wound on skin. Keep away from children's reach. 

Each product is unique - color, thickness and wear may differ from one piece to another piece. We did our best to craft and clean each item by hand carefully, however, some scratches on the surface of the product are inevitable due to age of those airplanes. These variations and imperfections are not product flaws. Rather, they are the history and story of the airplane and this Aviator’s Story will continue as an art piece.

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