Aviation buffs and adventurers will thrill to the incredible details of this 1930s-era Ford® Tri-Motor Desktop Model aircraft with its nearly 40" wingspan and trademark corrugated metal surfaces. Only 199 of these pioneering planes were built in Ford's own factory between 1926 and 1930, but the "Tin Goose" paved the way toward the commercialization of air travel. This conversation piece is constructed of corrugated metal over a lightweight wooden frame. Movable tail rudder. Stand and plaque included. Scale: 23:1. In silver. Imported.
7¾"H x 26¼"L x 39¾"W.