The only existing airframe remains of this aircraft type preserved within "Ailes anciennes de Toulouse" museum. Only 4 prototypes were built between 1948 and 1953. This plane is however a piece of French aviation history. It was the first supersonic european aircraft at level flight in December 1953.
Part of "Ailes anciennes de Toulouse" museum. Has been re painted in desert camo colours as it was within fighter squadron "Vexin" (EC 3/10) which was equiped with Mirage IIIC and based in Djibouti during the 80's .
Most Broussards you encounter are painted in their former military livery. This aircraft in UAT was a nice exception, even if these colours and the registration are fake. It is in fact the former No.139 of the French Army. The real F-BJLR was c/n 50C, and its registration was cancelled from the register in November 1961 as destroyed.
Only four prototypes of this late-1940s French interceptor were built, and only this one survives. This was the third prototype SO.6020, which was modified as an SO.6025 (and hence re-serialled as 01 ?)