Cruise The Skies In Style With A 1937 Lockheed 12 Airliner

Apr 26, 2019

Category: Rides

The majestic Lockheed 12 airliner is best known for being Ilsa Lund’s farewell ride at the end of Casablanca, as the suave Rick Blaine watches her sail away. This particular 1937 Lockheed 12A Electra Jr. Airliner is one of about 130 examples built and could be your next aviation dream machine.

After going through a comprehensive restoration, the airliner only has 167 airframe hours since completion. It’s fitted with two Pratt & Whitney R-985 Wasp Junior SB radial engines for safe travels through the skies. Taking a look at the interior, you’ll find a couch, desk, and functional washroom with a pocket door restored to its original state. The 2012 Oshkosh Grand Champion airliner comes with a spares package, including a set of propeller blades, a 1942 Clark B Heavy Tug, various tools, and large wing stands. The vintage airliner holds a total of eight people, including the two pilots up front. Unsurprisingly, this airliner has a monstrous price tag of $1,295,000.

Purchase: $1,295,000

More From Rides

Featured Image

This Legendary ‘Lost’ 1952 Jaguar C-Type Is Fully Restored And Up For Sale

Finally accounted for after missing for over 30 years.

Posted By

Jun 2, 2020

Featured Image

Purpose Built Moto’s Ducati GT1000 Is A Nickel-Plated Cafe Racer Work Of Art

The original modern-retro gets a Panigale-inspired stance and handmade bodywork.

Posted By

Jun 2, 2020

Featured Image

This Redesigned Concept Is The Cybertruck Tesla Should Be Building

A striking render of the manufacturer's futuristic platform.

Posted By

Jun 1, 2020

Featured Image

This Trimmed-Down GPz Moto Is A Tribute To Tom Cruise’s ‘Top Gun’ Bike

A 3D-printed and Cerakote-coated '80s Japanese superbike.

Posted By

Jun 1, 2020

Featured Image

Auction Block: David Letterman’s 1965 Ferrari 275 GTS

Retaining its original Pininfarina hardtop and 3.3L V12 engine.

Posted By

May 29, 2020

Featured Image

Mercedes-AMG Rolls Out Restyled & Upgraded E 53 Coupe & Cabriolet Models

The latest two-doors from the house of Aufecht, Melcher, and Großaspach.

Posted By

May 29, 2020