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C-141A Starlifter Wood Desktop Model
$153.18Add to cart
C-141A Starlifter Wood Desktop ModelDescription: The Lockheed C-141A Starlifter is a military strategic airlifter, which was first flown in 1963. It was introduced to replace the slow piston-engine cargo planes of the 1960s. Longer by 23 feet and 4 inches than its predecessor, the B variant has a bigger payload capacity that meets military standards. It is also capable of in-flight refueling. The C-141 Starlifter was developed under the orders of former US president John F. Kennedy after his inauguration. President Kennedy remotely unveiled from the White House the first-ever Starlifter. By 1965, more than 200 planes were developed for the US Air Force and NASA. Since its introduction, the military airlift command has served the USAF for more than 40 years.This handcrafted model is painted in the same paint scheme as the original and is painstakingly built from Philippine mahogany by our skilled craftsmen. Perfect as a gift for any aviation enthusiast and history buff!
Daron Worldwide Trading C0632 SB2C-4 Helldiver Usn 1/32 AIRCRAFT
$176.15Add to cart
Daron is America s largest source of aviation related collectibles. Enjoy precision models photos and handcrafted aviation replicas to please the most discriminating collector. Focus on the incredible detail or the scale of the actual craft set against an awe inspiring backdrop. All the latest models are available. High quality replica Handcrafted from mahogany Comes with a wooden base Length is 14″ Wingspan is 18-1/2″- SKU: DARON460
Mastercraft Collection MCEC135LGW EC-135C Looking Glass Wood Desktop Model
$157.22Add to cart
Description: The EC-135 is a command and control version of the C-135 Stratolifter. The C-135 is a transport aircraft derived from the B367-80 jet airliner prototype in the early 1950s. The C-135 was modified for the “Looking Glass” program, and renamed the EC-135. The Looking Glass program was started during the Cold War, by the Strategic Air Command (SAC). The first Looking Glass mission was in February 1961. Looking Glass aircraft were continuously airborne 24 hours a day for over 29 years, accumulating more than 281,000 accident-free flying hours. In July 1990, Looking Glass ceased continuous airborne alert, but remained on ground or airborne alert 24 hours a day. In October 1998, the Navy’s E-6 Mercury TACAMO replaced the EC-135C in the Looking Glass mission.This handcrafted model is painted in the same paint scheme as the original and is painstakingly built from Philippine mahogany by our skilled craftsmen. Perfect as a gift for any aviation enthusiast and history buff!
Mastercraft F-15C Eagle
$173.88Add to cart
The Mastercraft F-15C Eagle is a faithful recreation of McDonnell Douglas’ F-15C Eagle, a versatile combat fighter that has seen over 100 victories and no losses in aerial combat. This wooden model stands on top of a solid hardwood base and is supported by a slender metal rod. The painted finish of the model and the logos on the base show off the symbols and markings of an F-15C as it appeared in service with the 33rd Fighter Wing. This model would be a perfect addition to the home of a veteran pilot or an military aviation enthusiast. Mastercraft
MasterCraft SR-71A Blackbird 1:72 Inch Scale Model Plane
$167.25Add to cart
It seems like an oxymoron for a spy plane to be famous, but that won’t stop you from enjoying the faithful wooden recreation of this achievement of Cold War aviation with the MasterCraft SR-71A Blackbird 1:72 Inch Scale Model Plane.Mastercraft CollectionsWith a passion for unyielding quality, Mastercraft strives to build a beautiful product that will stand the test of time. Using only top-of-the-line materials and construction techniques, Mastercraft prides themselves on their superior designs and ability to provide their customers with the best possible value for their money.