Note: All photos are of this SN airframe. Some photos are from when the aircraft was in service and some as it is currently stored.
1974 Sepecat Jaguar T.2A Two seat trainer
Military Reg XX832
The aircraft is currently in Southern California
Engine(s) / Prop(s)
Rolls-Royce Turbomeca Adour Turbofan with afterburner
#2302 1470 hr 3000 hrs TBO
#2088 1790 hr 3000 hrs TBO
Original military avionics
Extensive spares package available.
The aircraft needs restoration and certification to fly under civilian regulations.
SEPECAT (Société Européenne de Production de l'avion Ecole de Combat et d'Appui Tactique) was an Anglo-French aircraft manufacturer. Established during 1966, its aim was to handle the development and commercialization of the Jaguar, an attack and training aircraft.
In the Gulf War, the Jaguar was praised for its reliability and was a valuable coalition resource. The aircraft served with the French Air Force as the main strike/attack aircraft until 1 July 2005, and with the Royal Air Force until the end of April 2007.
This airframe was delivered to the UK RAF on February 3rd, 1975. It serviced its whole life with the RAF. At some point it was put in storage at Shawbery. In 2005 the military released the aircraft to the market. It was moved to Bentwaters. In 2015 it was sold and shipped to the U.S.
The aircraft has been in inside storage in California since 2015. The owner’s intent was to restore and fly the aircraft. That has not happened and now the present
owner needs to sell the aircraft.
It is a complete aircraft with very extensive spares—many of which are still in the U.K. The spares consist of two containers of parts in UK, including 4 engines, hot sections, turbine sections, afterburner units, five low time APU units and a variety of other spares such as tailerons , canopies avionics tires tools etc.
The aircraft needs restoration and certification here in the U.S. (or any other country) then there is no reason it cannot fly again.
Specifications (Jaguar A / S)
- 1 (A and S); 2 (B and E)
- 16.83 m (55 ft 3 in) (A and S) with minor variations dependent on nose configuration; 17.53 m (57.5 ft) (B and E) with minor variations dependent on nose probe type (AAR or pitot)
- 8.69 m (28 ft 6 in)
- 4.89 m (16 ft 1 in)
Wing area: 24.18 m2 (260.3 sq ft)
Aspect ratio: 3.12
Empty weight: 7,000 kg (15,432 lb) typical, (dependent on variant and role)
Gross weight: 10,954 kg (24,149 lb) full internal fuel and 120 rpg
Max takeoff weight: 15,700 kg (34,613 lb) with external stores
Fuel capacity: 4,200 l (1,100 US gal; 920 imp gal) internal, with provision for three 1,200 l (320 US gal; 260 imp gal) drop tanks on inboard and centreline pylons
- 2 × Rolls-Royce Turbomeca Adour Mk.102 afterburning turbofan engines, 22.75 kN (5,110 lbf) thrust each dry, 32.5 kN (7,300 lbf) with afterburner
Maximum speed: 1,350 km/h (840 mph, 730 kn) Mach 1.1 at sea level
1,699 km/h (1,056 mph; 917 kn) Mach 1.6 at 11,000 m (36,000 ft)
Landing speed: 213 km/h (132 mph; 115 kn)
Combat range: 815 km (506 mi, 440 nmi) hi-lo-hi (internal fuel)
575 km (357 mi; 310 nmi) lo-lo-lo (internal fuel)
1,408 km (875 mi; 760 nmi) hi-lo-hi (with external fuel)
908 km (564 mi; 490 nmi) lo-lo-lo (with external fuel)
Ferry range: 1,902 km (1,182 mi, 1,027 nmi) with full internal and external tanks
Service ceiling: 14,000 m (46,000 ft) 
g limits: +8.6 (ultimate load +12)
Time to altitude: 9,145 m (30,003 ft) in 1 minute 30 seconds
Wing loading: 649.3 kg/m2 (133.0 lb/sq ft) maximum
: Adour Mk.102: 0.422
Adour Mk.104: 0.464
Adour Mk.811: 0.486
Take-off run: 580 m (1,900 ft) with typical tactical load
Take-off run to 15 m (49 ft): 940 m (3,080 ft) with typical tactical load
Landing run from 15 m (49 ft): 785 m (2,575 ft) with typical tactical load
Landing run: 470 m (1,540 ft) with typical tactical load
- 2× 30 mm (1.181 in) calibre DEFA cannon with up to 150 rounds/gun
- 7 (4× under-wing, 2× over-wing and 1× center-line) with a capacity of 10,000 lb (4,500 kg), with provisions to carry combinations of:
- 8× Matra rocket pods with 18× SNEB 68 mm rockets each
- ECM protection pods, Reconnaissance Pod, ATLIS laser/electro-optical targeting pod, external drop tanks for extended range/loitering time.
EL/M-2052, as a part of Indian Air Force (IAF) DARIN III upgrade program.