World War II bomber seats
World War II bomber seats are collectible items of militaria, salvaged from aircraft designed to drop bombs in the second world war, which took place between 1939 and 1945.
Generally fashioned from aluminium, collectible seats can be found from a variety of different aircraft employed by a range of countries during the conflict.
A number of replica-style seats have also appeared on the market in recent years. Many such World War II-style bomber seats are now employed in bespoke cars.
How much are World War II bomber seats worth?
Original World War II bomber seats sell for around $500 in private sales and online. One such aluminium World War II bomber seat, employed in a US or Canadian B-24 Liberator Bomber, sold for $500 in a private sale in 2006.
Replica seats can be purchased for around $100.
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