1950's US Air Force High Altitude MC-1 Flying Suit
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1950's US Air Force High Altitude MC-1 Flying Suit


Circa 1954-57 MC-1 US Air Force partial pressure flying coveralls. Very rare X-LARGE size, with all zippers in working condition. Uncut flexibles. Made by DAVID CLARK CO, circa 1954-58. Small tear/wear on top of right shoulder (invisible with a parachute harness). Some sticky marks on lrft chest left by a nametag sticker. Typical flight gear of Convair B-36, Boeing B-52 Stratofortress, B-47 Stratojet, B-58 Hustler, F-102 Delta Dagger  or F-104 starfighter pilots and aircrews for 45.000 feet flights. These suits are really tough to find in acceptable sizes to dress a mannequin display. A very rare opportunity to acquire one of the most iconic pieces of vintage US Air Force flight gear.

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