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Revell 1/39 Wright Flyer First REV-5243 Revell 1/39 Wright Flyer First REV-5243
$32.99
In stock

Description

Skill Level: 2
Length: 6-3/4
Wingspan: 12-1/4
Parts: 60

Description
December 17, 1903: Orville and Wilbur Wright made history over a century ago on the sands of Kitty Hawk, NC, when they successfuly flew the flying machine that they had built. With Orville at the controls, it was the first time man had flown in a powered aircraft. Features: Launch track diorama and newly tooled figures of the Wright Brothers. Skill Level 2-requires paint and glue (not included).

Revell 1/44 Boeing 747-8 REV-04275 Revell 1/44 Boeing 747-8 REV-04275
$65.99
In stock

Description

Model details

Scale

1:144

No. of parts

172

Length

525 mm

Wingspan

476 mm

Skill Level

5

  

Original details

Type description

Passenger aircraft

Year/Period

2011

Origin

USA

Engine capacity

4 x 23.435 kp

Speed

920 km/h

The Boeing 747 raises more emotions than maybe any other airliner and is therefore affectionately known as Jumbo. Its successor the 747-8, which offersinnovation, advanced technology and efficiency, made its first flight on 20 March 2011. As a completely new aircraft development the Boeing 747-8 builds on the positive qualities of the proven Boeing 747 series. The 747-8 is 5.6 meters longer than the previous Boeing 747-400 and has a maximum take-off weight of 442tons. The wings have significantly improved aerodynamics and newly designed wingtips. Additionally the aircraft offers noticeable improvements in efficiency: the Gent GEnx-2B engines consume less fuel (about 20%) and achieve a significantfuel efficiency and CO2 emission per passenger improvement of 15%. Noise emissions are also reduced by 30%. The new Lufthansa Jumbo offers seating for a total of 362 passengers and entered regular service in June 2012. Lufthansa will take delivery of 20 Boeing 747-8 by 2015.

- New mould
- Finely detailed surfaces with recessed panel lines
- Cockpit Details
- Detailed landing gear bays
- Transparent parts for the windows
- Detailed undercarriage legs and brake discs
- Detailed tail area with APU exhaust pipe
- Wings with separate navigation and landing lights
- Detailed engines
- Rotating front fan with finely detailed blades
- Pitot tubes and antennas
- Display stand

Super decal set with Lufthansa markings:
Boeing 747-8 D-ABYA Brandenburg msm 37827, LN 1443

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Description

Skill Level: 2
Length: 6-3/4
Wingspan: 12-1/4
Parts: 60

Description
December 17, 1903: Orville and Wilbur Wright made history over a century ago on the sands of Kitty Hawk, NC, when they successfuly flew the flying machine that they had built. With Orville at the controls, it was the first time man had flown in a powered aircraft. Features: Launch track diorama and newly tooled figures of the Wright Brothers. Skill Level 2-requires paint and glue (not included).

Description

Model details

Scale

1:144

No. of parts

172

Length

525 mm

Wingspan

476 mm

Skill Level

5

  

Original details

Type description

Passenger aircraft

Year/Period

2011

Origin

USA

Engine capacity

4 x 23.435 kp

Speed

920 km/h

The Boeing 747 raises more emotions than maybe any other airliner and is therefore affectionately known as Jumbo. Its successor the 747-8, which offersinnovation, advanced technology and efficiency, made its first flight on 20 March 2011. As a completely new aircraft development the Boeing 747-8 builds on the positive qualities of the proven Boeing 747 series. The 747-8 is 5.6 meters longer than the previous Boeing 747-400 and has a maximum take-off weight of 442tons. The wings have significantly improved aerodynamics and newly designed wingtips. Additionally the aircraft offers noticeable improvements in efficiency: the Gent GEnx-2B engines consume less fuel (about 20%) and achieve a significantfuel efficiency and CO2 emission per passenger improvement of 15%. Noise emissions are also reduced by 30%. The new Lufthansa Jumbo offers seating for a total of 362 passengers and entered regular service in June 2012. Lufthansa will take delivery of 20 Boeing 747-8 by 2015.

- New mould
- Finely detailed surfaces with recessed panel lines
- Cockpit Details
- Detailed landing gear bays
- Transparent parts for the windows
- Detailed undercarriage legs and brake discs
- Detailed tail area with APU exhaust pipe
- Wings with separate navigation and landing lights
- Detailed engines
- Rotating front fan with finely detailed blades
- Pitot tubes and antennas
- Display stand

Super decal set with Lufthansa markings:
Boeing 747-8 D-ABYA Brandenburg msm 37827, LN 1443