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Spirit of St. Louis

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 Product Description

Exquisitely detailed this model measures:

31 x 49.5 x 9cm
12.25" x 19.5" x 3.5"
Approximately 1:28 Scale Wingspan: 19.5"

The Spirit of St. Louis is a custom-built aircraft flown by Charles Lindbergh that made the first non-stop solo transatlantic flight on 20 May and 21 May 1927. This was also the first non-stop flight from New York to Paris, for which Lindbergh won the $25,000 Orteig Prize.

Lindbergh took off from Roosevelt Airfield in Long Island, New York and made a successful touchdown at the Le Bourget Aerodrome in Paris, France. The flight lasted 33 hours, 30 minutes and 29.8 seconds. Lindbergh was the 104th person to fly the Atlantic.

Model Details:
* Delicate silk cloth fabric stretched over a lightweight wood frame
* Leather Seat
* Detailed engine cover - riveted parts and struts
* Hand fitted metal spoke wheels
* Hand made, hand finished
* Materials are wood, cloth and metal
* Designed to be hung from the ceiling
For International orders free shipping is not available, but we do offer reduced shipping, please contact us for details.

Please note this item ships Oversized. The Shipping weight reflects the size and weight of the package, not the actual weight of the item.

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