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1:400 McDonnell 119/220 3d printed

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1:400 McDonnell 119/220 3d printed
1:400 McDonnell 119/220 3d printed

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1:400 McDonnell 119/220

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Product Description

Note: model optimized for FXD. May not print in FUD! The McDonnell 119/220 is a rare, unique, and fascinating jet. Only one example, which is the prototype model, was built and first flown in 1959. Today it currently sits preserved at the air museum in El Paso, TX. It is powered by four Westinghouse J-34 turbojets, however the production version was to be powered by four P&W JT12A turbofans. The engines are conventionally mounted underneath the wings, making the aircraft look similar in appearance to a miniature Douglas DC-8 jet airliner. It was built to compete with the successful and popular Lockheed Jetstar, being similar in size and also a 4-engined bizjet, however although the MD220 was offered to up to 750 major corporations, airlines, and the US Air Force, no deals were made. Pan American World Airways were to lease 170 of these aircraft, however, with no other airline orders, McDonnell decided it was unfeasible to open a new assembly line for 170 aircraft for just one order. No one was interested in the unique little jet, and since the early-1960's, it has sat on the ground, in storage, at the War Eagles Air Museum in El Paso, TX. It still sits there today and can be viewed publicly.
What's in the Box
INCM
1:400 McDonnell 119/220
Frosted Extreme Detail
Width
4.4 cm
Height
1.7 cm
Depth
5.2 cm

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