Used to train thousands of Navy pilots during World War II, the N2S series - the Navy version of the PT-17 Stearman - became a common civilian crop-duster and recreation plane.
The PT-17 Stearman dates back to the 1930s, when the Stearman Company developed its X-70 prototype.
The X-70 would go on to form the basis of the PT-13, PT-15, PT-18 and PT-27 trainers.
Boeing, which bought the Stearman Company in 1934, would go on to produce almost 10,000 examples of this rugged aircraft.
As the PT-17, the Stearman, known as the Kaydet, in export versions was powered by a Continental R-670 engine of 220 horsepower.
The navy version, the N2S, became known as the "Yellow Peril" because of its overall bright yellow paint.
This would make a great gift for any aviation enthusiast or aficionado.
Beautiful PT-17A Stearman Kaydett Trainer Aircraft For Pilots in World War II