Dragon 1/144 Boeing 747-100 Maiden Flight DR 47012
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The Dragon Models Project: Cutaway range presents highly-detailed, ready-made plastic models in varying scales. These educational replicas dont just show you what you can see on the outside, but they also take you inside! Represented in true to scale accuracy and a high level of detail, its as close to walking inside the real thing as you can get!
As the first wide-bodied passenger aircraft, the ...Jumbo Jet... is among the world...s most recognizable planes. The Boeing 747...s maiden flight occurred on 9 February 1969, and more than 1,450 of the type have been produced to date. That milestone flight was performed by a Boeing 747-100 christened City of Everett. The flight took place at Paine Field in Everett. A total of 167 of these early Boeing 747s were produced at a purpose-built facility in Everett, then the world...s largest building.
Dragon...s innovative Project Cutaway range features this particular Boeing 747-100 aircraft that performing the maiden flight. The Project Cutaway model is pre-painted and it arrives as a handful of separate parts that are easily assembled within seconds. The minimal number of cleverly engineered components results in a stunning cutaway model that exposes many internal details of the plane. The sectional nature of the model allows the seats to be seen inside the cabin, plus the cockpit, wings and engines have cutaway sections. This is an accurate 1/144 scale model, and it comes with a metal stand to turn it into a stunning desktop display piece.
Molded plastic construction.
Cut-away or transparent sections to show interior details.
Detailed cockpit interiors and structural features.
Realistic panel lines, antennas, access panels and surface details.
Pad printed markings and placards that wont fade or peel like decals.
No painting or glueing required.
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