WA Douglas DC-3, TWA 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303 HL1303 TWA hobby master 1:200 eztoys.com die cast eztoys.com hl1303 1:200 WA Douglas DC-3, TWA 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303 eztoys.com WA Douglas DC-3, TWA 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303 WA Douglas DC-3, TWA 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303 1:200 scale die cast WA Douglas DC-3, TWA 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303 HL1303 TWA hobby master 1:200
WA Douglas DC-3, TWA 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303
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TWA Douglas DC-3, TWA 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303 1:200

Highly detailed Hobby Master 1/200 Airliners series
TWA Douglas DC-3, TWA “The Lindbergh Line,” 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303,
Douglas DC-3,
Reg# "NC 17323" (NC17323)
Item: HL1303
Details
Highly detailed Hobby Master 1/200 Airliners series TWA Douglas DC-3, TWA “The Lindbergh Line,” 1938 Reg# "NC 17323" Hobby Master HL1303, Douglas DC-3, Reg# "NC 17323" (NC17323) Item: HL1303 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 Douglas DC-3 (DC – Douglas Commercial) is considered by many as the aircraft that revolutionized commercial air travel in the 20th Century. The maiden flight of the DC-3 took place on December 17, 1935, the 32nd anniversary of the Wright Brother’s historic flight at Kitty Hawk. Now airlines were able to be profitable without depending on U.S. Mail subsidies and passengers could now fly transcontinental with just one re-fueling stop. There are many DC-3s still flying 75 years after their maiden flights. Trans World Airlines started as TAT (Transcontinental Air Transport) “The Lindbergh Line”. After a merger with Western Air Express the name became Trans Western Airlines (TWA). In 1950 the “W” was changed to “World”. Beginning in 1937 TWA ordered DC-3s and along with former WWII C-47s eventually operated over 100 of these types of aircraft. Douglas DC-3-209 NC17323 MSN 1969 began service with TWA (Trans Western Airlines) on August 16, 1937 until it was re- registered N17323 and sold to Union Steel & Wrecking on January 16, 1953. Specifications for the Douglas DC-3A Role – Passenger/Cargo Crew – 2 Passenger Capacity – 21/32 Dimensions Length – 64 ft 8 in (19.7 m) Wingspan – 95 ft 2 in (29.0 m) Height – 16 ft 11 in (5.16 m)
Additional Info
  • Stock#
    HL1303
  • Brand
    Hobby Master
  • Aircraft
    Douglas DC-3
  • Airline
    TWA
  • Registration
    NC 17323
  • Material
    Die-cast Metal
  • Scale
    1:200
  • Dimensions (L x W)
    3.9 x 5.7 inches
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts. Not a toy. Not for children under 3 years.
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