Albatross 79: Aerobase assembly kit 1:144 H003

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AEROBASE Etching Assembly Kit 1/144
Wingspan: 207mm
Number of parts: 7 pieces
Material: Stainless steel
Accessories: Assembly instructions, Dover seagull with magnet

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

This is an aero-based kit that is easy to assemble for beginners and the finished product will satisfy even the most advanced user.

The Albatross 79 was built by aeronautical engineer Paul McCready for the crossing of the English Channel.
On 12 June 1979, Brian Allen took off from Folkestone, England, and arrived at the French coast after 2 hours 49 minutes, having crossed 35.8 km.
It had a maximum speed of 29km/h and an average altitude of 1.5m.

The mobile is connected to the exhibition stand by a magnet and moves with a swinging motion.
No glue required, please bring your own cutter knife and tweezers.

straight tweezers
Precision Tweezers (Crane Neck Type)
Precision Cutter
modellers knife

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