|Boeing 720 1/400 Die Cast Model|
"N7077," Braniff International Airways
A four-engine, narrow-body jet airliner developed from the Boeing 707 in the late 1950s, the 720 had a shorter fuselage and less range than its predecessor.
A replica of a 720 flown by Braniff International Airways, this limited edition, 1/400 scale, die cast model features simulated cockpit and cabin windows, realistic engine nacelles, optional-position landing gear, and a razor-sharp livery. Measures 4" long with a 4" wingspan; includes a display stand.
|McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30 1/200 Die Cast Model|
"N996Z," Trans World Airlines
A replica of a McDonnell Douglas twin-engine DC-9-30 flown by Trans World Airlines, this limited edition, 1/200 scale, die cast InFlight 200 model features simulated cockpit and cabin windows; realistic engine nacelles; antennas, simulated lights and other fine add-on parts; a prototypical T-tail; intricate landing gear with free-rolling wheels and real rubber tires; an authentic TWA livery; a limited edition card; and more. Measures approximately 7¼" long with a 5½" wingspan and arrives ready to display.
Did You Know? Production of the DC-9 aircraft family ended in 2006 after 41 years and nearly 2,500 units built.
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