Ever wanted to own your own warbird!?
Here is your chance! AirplanesUSA is selling a 1973 MiG 21UM Warbird!
Here is some history on it.
This former Eastern Block Air Force jet fighter was manufactured in Tbilisi, Georgia, former USSR at factory 31 in 1973. It was accepted by the Polish Air Force in June of 1973, and served for 19 years. All original military maintenance engine and airframe logbook records are available as well as a recorded history of all regiments and bases.
Following nearly two decades of active military service, the aircraft was put into storage in 1991, and after the fall of the communist wall it was purchased by Arrowcrest Equity and shipped to the United States in 1992.
The aircraft was brought back to service through an extensive US certification conducted by Aviation Classics, Reno, Nevada.
It was purchased by its current owner in 1998 and has been used under contract as adversary Red Air for training with the United States Marines, USAF, and US Navy.
The aircraft is an exciting airshow and exhibition plane, and has Mach 2 speed performance.