Goose:The aircraft is externally complete to Static display/museum standards and would make a truly stunning garden feature or museum exhibit.
All you need to do it get rid of the canopy, fill the cockpit with water and lillies and you'll have a lovely waterfall from the engine intakes and best of all since it was a Sea Harrier it should be relatively corrosion free.
Beat that B&Q!!
My wings are like a shield of steel.
I have another of these available, also an FA2 Sea Harrier, but this one is essentially airworthy, only avionics and military hardware removed. About 1200 hours total time, some 800 hours on the engine, full logbooks available. Asking price is US$1,000,000 contingent of approval of an export permit. It cannot be flown in the UK. Spares, including complete engines, are available, as well as a simulator that could be restored to operational condition and would be the only operational Harrier sim in civilian hands.
If you are interested and have the means to purchase this, email me at bd5 at bd5 dot com.