Miniature airplane (already assembled)
Die cast aircraft Supermarine S.6B
In 1931 Reginald Joseph Mitchell imagined this seaplane for the sole purpose of winning the famous trophy Schneider. It was powered by a Rolls-Royce CV 2600, and brought with JH Boothmann flying the coveted trophy to England while beating the world speed record with over 547.22 km / h average. This when 11em and final race counting for the award of the Schneider Trophy.
Model: L45x47cm, made of solid wood, carved and painted by hand.On Acacia wood plinth with engraved plaque.
Type of product :
The miniature aircrafts are already assembled. No tools are required. The miniatures are delivered already painted and decorated..
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VF164 - VF164 - 164
Decoration : Schneïder Trophy