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1930s DC-3,  Item Number AP110
1930s DC-3 Sale Price: $244.00
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    Nostalgic and perfect replica of an early travel agent advertising sign.

    Amelia Earharts L-10E Electra (1:48), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number KLET
    Amelia Earhart's L-10E Electra (1:48) Sale Price: $172.95
    Retail: $215.95
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      Produced in 1934, the L-10 Electra was the first all-metal, twin-engine transport monoplane developed by the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. It was originally designed as an economical airliner with high performance and multi-engine reliability that would compete with the Boeing 247 and Douglas DC-2. Amelia Earhart, an American aviation pioneer and women's rights advocate, flew a modified L-10E on an attempt to make a circumnavigation flight in 1937. During that flight, Earhart disappeared over...

      B & W (1:32), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number KBABWT
      B & W (1:32) Sale Price: $115.95
      Retail: $143.95
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        The Boeing Model 1, also known as the B & W Seaplane, was a United States single-engine biplane seaplane aircraft. It was the first Boeing product and carried the initials of its designers, William Boeing and Lt. Conrad Westervelt USN. The first B & W was completed in June 1916, and was made of wood, with wire bracing, and was linen-covered. Two were completed, and sold to the New Zealand Flying School; this sale became Boeing's first international sale. In June 1919, the B&W set a New Zealand...

        Concorde, Authentic Models Item Number AP112
        Concorde Sale Price: $108.00
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          One of the most iconic and beautiful planes ever designed. A flight icon and engineering marvel. The only supersonic passenger aircraft ever made. London-New York in 3 hours. Its sleek and elegant shape defined a new era. Glamorous and posh, only the finest wines and food were served. Our desktop plane is recreated from original models displayed at the top travel agents of British Airways and Air France. Enjoy a memento from the history of luxury travel.

          De Havilland Beaver (1:32), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number ADHBT
          De Havilland Beaver (1:32) Sale Price: $180.95
          Retail: $225.95
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            The De Havilland Beaver is a single-engined, high-wing, propeller-driven, STOL (short takeoff and landing) aircraft developed by de Havilland Canada. The Beaver is used for cargo and passenger hauling, aerial application (crop dusting and aerial topdressing), and has been widely adopted by armed forces as a utility aircraft. The Beaver was introduced in 1948 with production ceasing in 1967. However, hundreds of Beavers are still flying_many of them heavily modified to adapt to changes in...

            De Havilland Otter (1:40), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number ADHOT
            De Havilland Otter (1:40) Sale Price: $180.95
            Retail: $225.95
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              The De Havilland Otter is a single-engined, high-wing, propeller-driven, STOL (short takeoff and landing) aircraft developed by de Havilland Canada. The Otter was conceived to be capable of performing the same roles as the earlier and highly successful Beaver, but was overall a larger aircraft. When design began on the Otter, original name "King Beaver", in January 1951, they were trying to extend the company's line of rugged STOL utility transports that had begun with the Beaver. The new...

              Desktop DC-3 (14" wingspan), Authentic Models Item Number AP105
              Desktop DC-3 (14" wingspan) Sale Price: $96.00
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                The DC3 has earned the epithet �Workhorse of the Skies�. Thousands were produced from the end of WWII into the 1950s by the Douglas Aircraft works. Military, civilian, government, private, you name it. Utterly reliable. Even now it�s possible to find them flying from remote airports, landing on the tightest strips. Legendary and nostalgic. Aluminum, riveted propellers, noisy, but also safe and familiar.

                Dixie Clipper (31.5" Wingspan), Authentic Models Item Number AP451
                Dixie Clipper (31.5" Wingspan) Sale Price: $456.00
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                  It's 1939. PanAm receives the first Boeing 314, the ultimate in luxury aircraft. Complete with sleeping berths and a real dining salon. It was the biggest plane of its time, carrying 74 passengers. The big flying boats were replaced after the war by land-based planes. With their demise an era of elegance passed that was never seen again. 152 ft wingspan. Five days, sixty hours in the air SFO-HK. When flying was still fun. Metallic fabric covered lightweight wing and fuselage frames....

                  Flying Circus JN-7H Jenny (31.5" Wingspan), Authentic Models Item Number AP400
                  Flying Circus JN-7H Jenny (31.5" Wingspan) Sale Price: $225.00
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                    Jennies conquered the nation after the close of WWI. Stunts, sightseeing by the half hour, postal, even circus flights taking off� True miniatures of early flight have never been offered in such an upscale series.

                    Ford Trimotor (40" Wingspan), Authentic Models Item Number AP452
                    Ford Trimotor (40" Wingspan) Sale Price: $745.00
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                      Between 1926 and 1933 some 200 Trimotors were built in Ford's own factory. Corrugated metal on great thick monoplane wings was a German development, used in Junker JU-52 planes that were flying the Berlin-Rome-London route. Trimotors were flown by airlines, oil companies and wealthy individuals. The Ford Trimotor and Junkers JU-52 were pioneering aircraft that led to generations of Douglas and Boeing fleets of aircraft, soon to criss-cross the world.

                      G-17 Staggerwing (1:32), Pacific Modelworks Desktop Models Item Number KBC17T
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                      G-17 Staggerwing (1:32) Sale Price: $99.95
                      Retail: $184.95
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                        The Beechcraft G-17 Staggerwing is an American biplane with an atypical negative stagger (the lower wing is further forward than the upper wing), that first flew in 1932. The Staggerwing set the standard for private passenger airplanes for many years to come. It was considered, during its time, to be the premier executive aircraft flying, much as the Gulfstream executive jets are considered in contemporary times. This handcrafted model is painted in the same paint scheme as the original and is...

                        GeeBee -Z- (1:20), TMC Pacific Desktop Airplane Models Item Number KGBZTE
                        GeeBee -Z- (1:20) Sale Price: $191.95
                        Retail: $239.95
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                          The Gee Bee Model Z was an American racing aircraft of the 1930s, the first of the Super Sportster aircraft built by Granville Brothers Aircraft. The Model Z was built with the sole intention of winning the Thompson Trophy, which it was successful, setting a speed record for land-based aircraft. Only one Model Z was built and unfortunately destroyed during a fatal crash while attempting to set a world speed record. The 1932 R-1 and its sister ship, the R-2, were the successors of the Model Z....