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Tin Replica DC-3 Airplane

Tin Replica DC-3 Airplane
Item# 1244

Travel back in time with the DC-3 Airplane, a tin replica of the plane that is generally regarded as the most significant transport aircraft ever made. Carrying both passengers and cargo for 75 years from its first flight in 1935, the DC-3 was especially important during World War II and is still in use around the world.

This collector's item (not suitable for children) has a 9-1/2" wingspan. It is friction powered with spinning propellers.

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