F-4 Phantom II
At the moment, you can get an F-4 Phantom II for $3.95 million. It is one of the rarest aircraft on the list. In 1960, it became a part of the fleet of the U.S. Air Force and continues to be in limited use even though it is considered retired. This is listed as a two-seat long-range supersonic fighter-bomber and jet interceptor. In those days, aircraft engineering possibilities felt like they were changing with every single second, it made a debut with a splash. With a top speed of more than Mach 2.2 and a carrying capacity of more than 18,000 pounds, you can bet that it was a sight for the enemies to fear. And rightfully so.
Curtiss P-40 Warhawk
This is an aircraft that goes by a lot of names such as Gypsy Rose Lee, Kittyhawk, Tomahawk, and Model 81. At any rate, the Curtis P-40 Warhawk had been a key player in the skies during the Second World War. It was actually among the three most used US fighters during the conflict. It has seen a lot of upgrades over the course of its lifetime due to performance shortcomings and issues. Despite all of these things, it is not deemed a “top fighter.” Even so, you just can’t deny that it looks very cool. It is one of the reasons it is popular amongst aviation fans across the globe. At the moment, Courtesy Aircraft Sales is selling a restored unit for the price of $1.775 million. It is a lot of money, but it makes sense due to the rarity of the model. The P-40 is known as an aircraft that skilled pilots could handle, but it was not the best among the best. We are sure that a wealthy enthusiast would love to get their hands on a unit.