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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
First flown in 1926 , 199 Ford Trimotors were built and 18 are still flying in the 21st Century! Charles Linburgh flew a Trimotor and TWA and many smaller airlines used them as a mainstay of their fleets. Australia, Canada, Colombia, Spain and the United Kindom used military variants, as well as the United States. This model is of the luxuriously equipped floatplane version as used by TWA.
Please Note that you have a choice of scale for this model, either 1/285th(6mm) or 1/288th - please check your choice in the top right corner of this page when ordering.
There is barely a millimeter's difference between the two BUT, I do know that many modelers like to be exact about these things.