Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 die cast scale model eztoys.com Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 HL4012  stratocruiser, panam, pan, american, hobby master
Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200 die cast scale model eztoys.com

Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser N1030V Hobby Master HL4012 1:200

Hobby Master Airliners 1:200 scale
Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser Reg# N1030V
B-377
Item: HL4012
1:00 scale, die cast model
Very Detailed and landing gear.
Includes stand.
Die Cast Model.
Details
Hobby Master Airliners 1:200 scale Pan American Airlines B-377 Stratocruiser Reg# N1030V B-377 Item: HL4012 1:00 scale, die cast model Very Detailed and landing gear. Includes stand. Die Cast Model. The Boeing 377 Stratocruiser was the commercial version of the C-97 Stratofreighter. The two- level 377 was pressurized and could accommodate 50 to 100 passengers. On long flights the aircraft could accommodate 28 upper and lower bunk units. This led to the aircraft being referred to as the “Flying Hotel”. The 377 was larger and could fly further than the Constellation or the DC-6 but the engines and complexity of the aircraft proved to be too costly to operate bringing production to an end in 1950. N1030V was delivered to Pan American Airways in March 1949 named “Clipper Southern Cross”. It was manufactured as c/n 15930 model Boeing 377-10-26 and eventually renamed “Clipper Reindeer” as well as “Clipper America”. In July 1952 on a trip from Rio de Janeiro to Beunos Aires the cockpit crew ignored a hissing sound coming from the main cabin as well as several warning lights. The door blew open and one passenger was sucked out and the interior was heavily damaged but luckily the aircraft safely returned to Rio. The aircraft was withdrawn from service in 1961 and in February 1962 the aircraft was sold to the Israeli Aircraft Industries and registered as 4X-AOH. The IAI sold the aircraft to the Israeli Air Force where it was converted to B377-10-26ST standards and registered as 4X-FPV and named Adbel and given the # 10. The B377-10-26ST modification made it so the rear section of the aircraft could be hydraulically swung open to load or unload freight. The aircraft eventually was scrapped and the parts were used on B377 c/n 15925.
Additional Info
  • Stock#
    HL4012
  • Brand
    Hobby Master
  • Aircraft
    Boeing B377
  • Airline
    Pan Am
  • Registration
    N1030V
  • Material
    Die-cast Metal
  • Scale
    1:200
  • Dimensions (L x W)
    N/A
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts. Not a toy. Not for children under 3 years.
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