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Hawker Hunter T.7 - #N576NL - Blue
Hawker Hunter T.7 - #N576NL - Blue
Hawker Hunter T.7 - #N576NL - Blue
Hawker Hunter T.7 - #N576NL - BlueHawker Hunter T.7 - #N576NL - BlueHawker Hunter T.7 - #N576NL - BlueHawker Hunter T.7 - #N576NL - Blue

Hawker Hunter T.7 - #N576NL - Blue

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MotoArt and Yanks Air Museum have joined forces again to immortalise the legacy of a classic warbird and bring you Hawker Hunter T.7 PlaneTags, made from N576NL.

Our Hawker Hunter T.7 spent much of its career with Number 2 School of Technical Training at RAF Cosford, and was used as an instructional airframe. Following its RAF service, N576NL served under various military contracts in the United States, before a career ending crash in 1999.

The cockpit was provided by Yanks Air Museum, ensuring that enthusiasts can have their own piece of Hunter history. Yanks is dedicated to preserving and showcasing their vast collection of historic aircraft, as well as preserving their memory for generations to come as PlaneTags.

Don't miss your chance to own a piece of aviation history—get your hands on Hawker Hunter PlaneTags today and elevate your collection with a touch of legendary flight.



  • Manufacturer: Hawker Siddeley Aircraft
  • Model: T.7
  • Tail # : N576NL
  • Crew: 2
  • Wing Span: 33 ft 8 in
  • Length: 45 ft 10 in
  • Height: 13 ft 2 in
  • Armament: 4x 30mm Aden Guns, 4x Underwing Pylons


  • Combet Range: 443 mi
  • Cruise Speed: 522 kts
  • Ceiling: 50,000 ft
  • Empty Weight: 13,497 lb
  • Max Takeoff: 23,801 lb
  • Rate of Climb: 3,440 ft/min
  • Engine: 1x Rolls-Royce Avon 122 R.A.21 Turbojet"

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