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N2S-2/3/4 Stearman Yellow Peril (1:22)
N2S-2/3/4 Stearman Yellow Peril (1:22) Sale Price: $119.95
Retail: $219.95
Availability: Normally Stocked
Item #: APT17NTS -

    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,...

    PT-17 Stearman (1:22)
    PT-17 Stearman (1:22) Sale Price: $79.95
    Retail: $99.95
    Availability: In Stock
    Item #: NMPT17 -

      PT-17 Stearman (1:22) by TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane ModelsItem Number: NMPT17

      PT-17A Stearman Kaydett (1:22)
      PT-17A Stearman Kaydett (1:22) Sale Price: $183.95
      Retail: $229.95
      Availability: Normally Stocked
      Item #: APT17TS -

        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,...

        TH-55 Trainer (1:22)
        TH-55 Trainer (1:22) Sale Price: $183.95
        Retail: $229.95
        Availability: Normally Stocked
        Item #: HTH55 -

          The Hughes TH-55 Osage was a piston-powered light training helicopter. The original model was the Model 269 and was initially designed as a fully glazed cockpit with seating for two pilots, or a pilot and passenger, it also had an open-framework fuselage and a three-blade articulated rotor. The prototype flew in October 1956, but it wasn't until 1960 that the decision was made to develop the helicopter for production. This specific Model 269 is the TH-55, used by the Army. In 1964 they adopted...