First flown in 1942, and used as a transport aircraft during the Second World War, the DC-4 had a long post-military life as a commercial airliner. Though only manufactured until 1947, the aircraft — which also took part in the Berlin Airlift — is still in service around the world today. All told, 1,245 units of the DC-4/C-54 were built.
This 1/200 scale, Hobby Master, die cast model of the "Clipper Mandarin" DC-4 operated by Pan American in the 1950s features realistic panel lines and access panels, simulated cockpit and cabin windows, rotating propellers, a vibrant Pan Am livery, optional-position landing gear, and a display stand. Measures approximately 5¾" long with a 7" wingspan.
Hobby Master: HL2023