Spirit of St. Louis - Aluminum Scale Model Airplane

Spirit of St. Louis

DIMENSIONS: 12.25"L x 19.5"W x 3.5"H

Detailed model of Charles Lindbergh airplane that soloed across the Atlantic Ocean. Take a peak through the windows into a detailed cockpit... During the Great War of 1914-1918 an art form flourished. Handcrafted creations from gifted soldiers and army personnel became known as "trench art". Such souvenirs continued to be made by service members during WWII. Whatever material at hand was put to use... bullet shells, wood, fabric, and later aircraft aluminum. Popular creations were airplane models... Hand crafted in airplane aluminum - Nostalgic and chic... This classic Charles Lindbergh Spirit of St. Louis is an exquisitely detailed model and would be a fabulous addition to any collector's prized possessions - an heirloom to be handed down for generations!

Aluminum Body With Etched Body Panels Fully Detailed Cockpit All Details are According to Original Blue Prints Detailed Engines, Propellers, and Cockpit Complete Landing Gear in Miniature With Rubber Tires

HISTORY: Capture a bit of history with an exquisite model of the first airplane to make a solo non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. The Spirit, built by Ryan Airlines in San Diego, California is one of the most famous aircraft in the world. Registration #N-X-211, the Spirit of St. Louis was

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