• "Spirit of St. Louis" Historic Airplane Model

    $ 204.00
    • $ 308.95
    • -33%

    Product Description

    On the rainy morning of May 20, 1927, Charles Lindbergh took off from Roosevelt Field, Long Island on a journey that no one had ever completed. After flying an anxious 3,610 miles in 33 hours 30 minutes, Lindbergh landed at LeBourget Airport in Paris as a hero — marking the first-ever nonstop flight between New York and Paris.

    Lindbergh and his heroic flight revolutionized aviation as nothing else has before or since. By demonstrating the full potential of his airplane, he also demonstrated the spirit of explorers who stretch the edges of what’s humanly possible.

    Our detailed model of Lindbergh’s custom-built monoplane, the Spirit of St. Louis, captures the excitement, hopes, and wonders of this historical moment.

    • Lindbergh’s custom-built, single-seater, single-engine monoplane reproduced in detail
    • Labeled in government documents as a non-standard, “experimental” aircraft, registration number N-X-211
    • A celebrated breakthrough in aviation

      Dimensions & More Info

      • Weight: 1.7 lbs.
      • Dimensions: 12.2 in. x 19.5 in. x 3.5 in.

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      1930s Douglas DC-3 Airliner, Large

      $ 244.00
      • $ 369.00
      • -33%

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      Product Description

      When the DC-3 took to the skies in the 1930s, it was like thousands of people had suddenly grown wings. It ushered in a new era for global travel, making air travel popular and airline profits possible.

      Models of this icon soon filled the desks and windows of travel agents nationwide, drawing in wide-eyed first-time fliers.

      Hailed as one of the most significant passenger aircraft in human history to date, the DC-3 is a feat of engineering and a landmark (skymark?) invention. For thousands, this aircraft symbolizes the miracle of human flight and the birth of the airline industry.


      Dimensions & More Info

      • Weight: 10 lbs.
      • Dimensions: 19.75 in. x 20.25 in. x 11.75 in.
      • Materials: Hand-Cast Aluminum
      • Other: 1930s travel nostalgia

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    • 1930s Douglas DC-3 Airliner, Small

      $ 96.00
      • $ 138.95
      • -30%

      Product Description

      When the DC-3 took to the skies in the 1930s, it was like thousands of people had suddenly grown wings. It ushered in a new era for global travel, making air travel popular and airline profits possible.

      Models of this icon soon filled the desks and windows of travel agents nationwide, drawing in wide-eyed first-time fliers.

      Hailed as one of the most significant passenger aircraft in human history to date, the DC-3 is a feat of engineering and a landmark (skymark?) invention. For thousands, this aircraft symbolizes the miracle of human flight and the birth of the airline industry.


      Dimensions & More Info

      • Weight: 4 lbs.
      • Dimensions: 10.6 in. x 14.2 in. x 6.9 in.
      • Materials: Hand-Cast Aluminum
      • Other: 1930s travel nostalgia

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    • 1930s Trimotor “Tin Goose” Aircraft

      $ 745.00
      • $ 1,125.00
      • -33%

      Product Description

      Between 1926 and 1933 some 200 Ford Trimotors, nicknamed the "The Tin Goose", were built in Ford’s own factory. These aircraft were soon adopted by airlines, oil companies and wealthy individuals for personal use.

      The Ford Trimotor was a pioneering aircraft that inspired generations of Douglas and Boeing aircraft — fleets soon to criss-cross the world.

      • Meticulous reproduction spans nearly 40 inches
      • Functioning tail rudder and ailerons
      • Nothing is overlooked — miniature detail of the cabin can be seen through the portholes
      • Decorative display stand included

      Dimensions & More Info

      • Weight: 13.8 lbs.
      • Dimensions: 26.25 in. x 39.75 in. 7.75 in.
      • Materials: Flat or corrugated metal sheet attached to a lightweight frame

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    • Concorde Supersonic Aircraft Model

      $ 108.00
      • $ 159.95
      • -32%

      Product Description

      The Concorde was so fast that it could carry passengers from New York to London in 3.5 hours — faster than the speed of sound. Only twenty Concordes were ever produced.

      Having fulfilled its destiny as one of only two supersonic passenger planes ever made, the Concorde now lands, retired, in model form on your desk, table, or shelf.

      • Slender fuselage makes for a sleek, aerodynamic profile
      • Made of hand-cast, polished airplane aluminum
      • Once set a world record for fastest trans-atlantic airliner flight: from New York to London in 2 hours, 52 minutes

      Dimensions & More Info

      • Weight: 5 lbs.
      • Dimensions: 18.25 in. x 7 in. x 8.5 in.
      • Materials: Made of hand-cast airplane aluminum, and polished to a shine

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    • Desktop "Camel" Biplane Model, Small

      $ 171.00
      • $ 255.00
      • -32%

      Product Description

      A detailed desktop model of the celebrated Sopwith Camel, the Allied aircraft credited with shooting down nearly 1,300 enemy aircraft during World War I — making it the most effective Allied aircraft of the period. This model comes complete with rotary engine, laminated propeller, and WWI markings.

      • Spoke wire wheels
      • Laminated propeller
      • WWI livery and markings

      If you like vintage flight memorabilia, you might also like our wood propellers.

      Dimensions & More Info

      • Weight: 1.4 lbs.
      • Dimensions: 10.2 in. x 15 in. x 4.9 in.

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