Biplane - $12.95

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Dream of flying your own plane. Wheels and propeller move. A  Strong Baltic birch used in wings and body.

SIZE is 4 Hx7.8 Wx7.5L
Bell Helicopter - $11.95
Seaplane - $13.95
When I was designing this seaplane I used the Spruce Goose and Disney's ® Talespins (Baloos Plane).
SIZE is 3.5”H x 7.5”W x 7.5”L
Bell Helicopter is known around the world for its ruggedness, reliability and simplicity. This aircraft began its began its life as a military helicopter and those same attributes that ensured its success in that arena have also made it the most popular turbine helicopter ever built. The Bell Helicopter has the best safety record of any single engine helicopter in the world. Combining an ease of operation, superior auto rotation characteristics and a very robust cabin structure, this aircraft does the best job of ensuring that its crews and passengers will be back to fly another day. Basic construction durable. Blade spins freely. Classic helicopter style.
SIZE is 4.5”H x 1.5”W x 10”L
Huey Helicopter $19.95
The Huey is a twin-pilited, twin-engine helicopter used in command and control, resupply, casualty evacuation, liaison and troop transport. The aircraft can be outfitted to support operations such as command and control with a specialized communication package, supporting armscoordination, assault support, medical evacuation for up to six litter patients and one medical attendant, external cargo, search and rescue using a rescue hoist, reconnaissance and reconnaissance support. Considered to be the most widely used helicopter in the world, with more than 9,000 produced from the 1950s to the present, the Huey is flown today by about 40 countries. Top blade laminated for strength, spins freely, engine, tail rotor, turbine, Open cockpit.
SIZE is 4.5”H x 2”W x 8.5”L
Apache Helicopter - $49.95

The Apache is a twin-engined army attack helicopter developed by McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing). It entered service with the US Army in 1984. The US Army has more then 800 Apaches in service. The Apache is fitted with the Longbow millimeter wave fire control radar and the Longbow Hellfire missile. 300 AH-64Ds are in service with the US Army out of a total of 501 procured - 232 new build and 269 US Army AH-64A Apaches being upgraded to AH-64D standard. Deliveries are to complete in 2006.

A 30 mm automatic Boeing M230 Chain Gun is located under the fuselage. It provides a rate of fire of 625 rounds per minute. The helicopter has capacity for up to 1,200 rounds of ammunition.

The AH-64D is armed with the Lockheed Martin/Boeing AGM-114D Longbow Hellfire air-to-surface missile which has a millimeter wave seeker which allows the missile to perform in full fire and forget mode. Range is 8km to 12km. The Apache has been equipped with air-to-air missiles (Stinger,AIM-9 Sidewinder, Mistral and Sidearm) and 2.75in rockets. The Longbow Apache carries the combination of armaments chosen for the particular mission. In the close support role the helicopter carries 16 Hellfire missiles on four 4-rail launchers and four air-to-air missiles.

This is a Special Order Only   Takes three (3) weeks for delivery.