An airplane aficionado from Red Deer, Alta. is selling a Royal Navy FA2 Sea Harrier jet on Kijiji with the hope a buyer could make it fly again.
But you'll have to dig deep to make it yours: the price tag is a cool $1,500,000.
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Ian Cotton bought the plane from the U.K. Royal Navy six years ago, CTV News reported.
Last flown in 2001, the aircraft no longer has its gun or missile capabilities. And though it's described as being in "outstanding condition," the plane is in no shape to fly without some missing parts.
"It’s about time to get rid of it, I haven’t had the time to spend renovating it," Cotton told the network.
Cotton, a former Rolls Royce Aerospace employee who now owns a gas turbine company, has amassed an impressive collection of planes, QMI Agency reported.
They include five additional fighter jets, three Hawker Hunters and an English Electric Lightning.
Cotton told the outlet he estimates the Harrier jet would cost anywhere between $400,000 and $500,000 to fix, and would need a specially-trained pilot to put "the ultimate boy-toy" in the air once again.
Numerous inquiries have been made, but no serious offers are outstanding, the news agency said.
But this isn't the first time that a military jet has been put up for sale online.
In 2007, a U.K. man bought a Sea Harrier ZX494 that had been used in the Falklands War off eBay for £10,000, and spent the next six years restoring it, The Telegraph reported.