Pan American World Airways DC-7C Reg# N739PA HL7009 1:200 Pan American World Airways DC-7C Reg# N739PA HL7009 1:200 Pan American World Airways DC-7C Reg# N739PA HL7009 1:200 Pan American World Airways DC-7C Reg# N739PA HL7009 1:200
Pan American World Airways DC-7C Reg# N739PA HL7009 1:200

Pan American World Airways DC-7C Reg# N739PA HL7009 1:200

Highly detailed Hobby Master
Douglas DC-7C
Pan American World Airways
"N739PA ", 1950s
1:200 scale
Item: HL7009
die-cast metal with minimal use of plastic.
Details
Highly detailed Hobby Master Douglas DC-7C Pan American World Airways "N739PA ", 1950s 1:200 scale Item: HL7009 die-cast metal with minimal use of plastic. All markings are tampo (pad) applied, no decals to discolor or flake. Rolling rubber wheels. Landing gear can be removed or added. Model comes with a display stand. A brief history of the aircraft type and the airline is supplied with each model. The DC-7 was the last major piston engine powered transport made by the Douglas Aircraft Company. The DC-7 was produced from 1953 to 1958 when the first jet passenger aircraft arrived on the scene. The DC-7 was the first airliner to provide non-stop service from coast to coast in America. In total there were 338 DC-7’s produced and purchased by 18 different airlines. When the jets replaced the DC-7 they found new work as cargo planes and charter work. The Douglas DC-7C N739PA c/n 44881 was delivered to Pan American on June 22, 1956 and named “Clipper Flora Temple” and later “Clipper Courser”. In 1960 the aircraft was converted to a DC-7CF freighter and in 1966 was sold to Intercontinental Air, the first of several new owners. The last owner was National Aircraft who acquired the aircraft in December 1970 and operated it until November 1973 when it was withdrawn from service and placed in storage in Miami, Florida awaiting the scrap yard. Specifications for the Douglas Aircraft Company DC-7C “Seven Seas” Type - four-engine long-range airliner First Flight – December 20, 1955 Total DC-7C Production – 121 Total Production All Variants - 338 Crew – 3 / 4 Passengers – Maximum 105 Dimensions Wingspan – 127.5 ft (38.86 m) Wing area – 1637 ft² (152.1 m²) Length – 112.2 ft (34.21 m) Height – 31.8 ft (9.7 m)
Additional Info
  • Stock#
    HL7009
  • Brand
    Hobby Master
  • Aircraft
    Douglas DC-7
  • Airline
    Pan Am
  • Registration
    N739PA
  • Material
    Die-cast Metal
  • Scale
    1:200
  • Dimensions (L x W)
    No
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts. Not a toy. Not for children under 3 years.
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