Corgi - The Aviation Archive Collectables
CORGI THE AVIATION ARCHIVE WORLD WAR II BOMBERS ON THE HORIZON AA34601
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Corgi The Aviation Archive World War II Bombers On The Horizon AA34601 DH Mosquito B MKXVI-MM138/P3-A ‘Moncton Express III,692 Sqn,No.8 group-1944, in mint boxed condition 1:32 Scale.
Limited Production 2004.
1:48 SCALE DIECAST METAL AEROPLANE, WITH SOME PLASTIC PARTS, MANUFACTURED BY CORGI AS PART OF THE AVIATION ARCHIVE COLLECTION.
THE MODEL COMPRISES SOPWITH CAMEL, No 43 Sqn Capt HENRY WINSLOW WOOLLETT, SPRING 1918.
THE MODEL IS MINT AND BOXED.
THE MODEL IS A LIMITED EDITION RELEASE, WITH CERTIFICATE NUMBER 0498/1500
Produced 2004 Mint in Box
- Corgi Classics: No. 47401
- Avro Lancaster Bomber
- Mk X-PP, Trans Canada Airlines
- Aviation Archive - Frontier Airliners
- Previously owned collector's model; excellent condition in the original packaging, certificate included, display stand included, undercarriage included
- Collectable Diecast model in 1:144 scale
RAF 44 SQDN.
Operation "Black Buck" (The world's longest bombing mission.)
Product Code: 48301 (1999).
Mint in box - However the Port wing undercarriage cover plate is missing,
Limited edition produced 2004.
Has been out of box on display and has the Port Tail Aerial Broken Off and Missing otherwise mint.
Display Stand Missing.
Box Minmt Condition
Price reflects Damaged Part and missing stand.
All feature interchangeable parts.
438th Troop Carrier Group, USAAF
Oregons Britannia/Happy Warrior
Col Hubert Zemke, CO of the 56th FG
Betty Lee III, 2nd Lt. William T.Kemp
375th FS/361st FG
Normandy, June 1944
Boxed Die Cast Model Set
Made by CORGI in 2004
Product code: AA99148
Dakota: 199 mm, Mustang: 77mm, Thunderbolt: 85mm
PRODUCT CODE: 31804
(1998) Slight Tear Bottom of Left Corner but contents Mint.
Corgi Aviation Archives, The Frontier Airlines 47107
1:144 Scale Diecast Metal Model Airplane
Douglas DC-3 Gooney Bird
Air Atlantique, G-AMPZ
Designed to meet an American Airlines requirement for an enlarged version of the DC-2, the DC-3 was first flown on December 17th, 1935. Capable of carrying 24 passengers at a cruising speed of 180 mph, the DC-3's speed and long range revolutionized commercial air travel in the 1930s and 40s, when it carried 90 percent of the world's air travelers. Early DC-3s used Wright R-1820 Cyclone engines, but Pratt & Whitney R-1830 Twin Wasp Radials were fitted to later versions; these engines had better single engine performance and allowed the DC-3 to fly at higher altitudes.
Air Atlantique was an airline based at Coventry Airport operating a number of classic aircraft, both for passenger operation and for cargo transportation. They operated both the Douglas DC-3 and Douglas DC-6 but did also have a few aircraft on wet lease such as some ATR-42s and ATR-72s. Many of their remaining classic aircraft were donated to Classic Flight where they were displayed at airshows.