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Ford Trimotor Laser Cut Model Kit

    • Item #14821
    • PN: MMS467
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These amazingly detailed do-it-yourself models start out as a four inch square steel sheet. After you follow the detailed instructions, it turns into an attractive 3D model of the Ford Trimotor.

The Ford Trimotor was the world’s first luxury airliner when it took to the skies in the late 1920s. Nicknamed the “Tin Goose”, it featured an aluminum corrugated sheet-metal body and wings and was powered by three 420-hp Pratt & Whitney Wasp radial engines. Due to its rugged dependability Admiral Byrd chose it for his attempt to be the first person to fly over the South Pole, which he did on November 28, 1929.

Model is approximately 7" long when completed.  These models require patience and attention to detail, but are a fun project for anyone that loves aviation.   Use the easy to follow instructions to pop out the pieces, bend the tabs, and connect them at the attachment points.

Ages 14+.  Keep away from children, small pieces present a choking hazard.

Difficulty:  moderate
Assembled Size:7.6" L x 5.1" W x 2.1" H (19.31 L x 12.95 W x 5.34 H cm)

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Ford Trimotor Laser Cut Model Kit

  • In Stock
  • Shipping only $1.95!
  • Item #14821
  • PN: MMS467
Qty

Ford Trimotor Laser Cut Model Kit Overview:

These amazingly detailed do-it-yourself models start out as a four inch square steel sheet. After you follow the detailed instructions, it turns into an attractive 3D model of the Ford Trimotor.

The Ford Trimotor was the world’s first luxury airliner when it took to the skies in the late 1920s. Nicknamed the “Tin Goose”, it featured an aluminum corrugated sheet-metal body and wings and was powered by three 420-hp Pratt & Whitney Wasp radial engines. Due to its rugged dependability Admiral Byrd chose it for his attempt to be the first person to fly over the South Pole, which he did on November 28, 1929.

Model is approximately 7" long when completed.  These models require patience and attention to detail, but are a fun project for anyone that loves aviation.   Use the easy to follow instructions to pop out the pieces, bend the tabs, and connect them at the attachment points.

Ages 14+.  Keep away from children, small pieces present a choking hazard.

Difficulty:  moderate
Assembled Size:7.6" L x 5.1" W x 2.1" H (19.31 L x 12.95 W x 5.34 H cm)

 

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  • Wednesday, April 12, 2023

    Q: What scale is this model?

    A: This is not a scale model.  The final assembled size:7.6" L x 5.1" W x 2.1" H 

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