This unique F-4E was updated by Israel Aircraft Industries with PW1120 engine in right hand bay and various avionics modifications.This "Super Phantom" project was called Kurnass in 1986 and finally given up in the begining of 90's. It was WFU in May 2000 and currently preserved at Hatzerim IAF Museum.
Initially delivered to RAF as Sunderland Mk.III (JM719) in Aug 1943, converted to Mk.V in Sep 1944. Became a Sandringham 7 for BOAC as G-AKCO in Jul 1947, then sold in Australia as VH-APG in 1955 and finally to RAI in French Polynesia in 1958 until wfu in 1970. Joined the Musée de l'air in Paris in 1978. Unfortunately the aircraft was severely damaged in Feb 1984 by a strong storm.
Built in 1977 as N17588, it became G-CXMF registered in Jul-1978. In May-1984 it became N806CC, in Aug-1986 N937US, in Aug-1989 N659PC, in Oct-1989 N659WL, in Oct-1995 VR-CPA, in Jul-1997 VP-CPA and in Jul-2007 N659WL again. In Jan-2018 this registration was cancelled as expired.
This Gulfstream was built as N17581 in 1975. In Dec that year it was allocated YV-TBND but that was not taken up, it became YV-06CP instead. In Feb-1976 it was registered PJ-ABA and in Jan-1978 N117JJ. It was reregistered N117JA in Apr-1985 until it became N117JJ again in May-1986. Its certificate expired in Jan-2014 and then the registration was cancelled in Sep-2017. It was last noted engineless at the Fire Service at Fort Pierce-Saint Lucie County, FL.