JIMMY JET

My grandmother bought this for me in the summer of 1963. She bought it in a grocery store in Oklahoma City for around $8. It was a cross between a silhouette of a T-33 on the screen, which I flew from 1982-84, and an Airbus 300, which I flew from 1999 to 2017. The narrator sounds like a Duty Officer at FedEx. Maybe I'm just having flashbacks...

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