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Bristol Type 170 Superfreighter Mk.32, 1953 - Silver Classics Collection 

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$29.95
SKU:
ATL-7504-021
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Atlas Editions 1:200 7504-021
Bristol Type 170 Superfreighter Mk.32, 1953 - Silver Classics Collection
Scale:
1:200
Length:
4.5"
Width:
6.5"
Composition:
Diecast
SKU:
ATL-7504-021


Historical Note:

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We're happy to unveil Atlas' Silver Classics line of silver-plated, die cast metal models. Unlike any other die cast line we've ever offered, it has a unique set of features:

  • Classic passenger aircraft from the immediate post-WWI era to today (and tomorrow)
  • 1:200 scale
  • Plated in genuine silver
  • Wooden base with metal nameplate
  • Limited Edition
  • Branded packaging with certificate of authenticity

Best of all, these unique features have been applied to some of the most groundbreaking and collectible aircraft in history:  the first all-metal passenger plane, huge flying boats from the 1920s and '30s, the first airliner with a pressurized cabin, the post-WWII two- and four-engine propliners that opened the world to travel, the first jetliner, and more ... right up through SpaceShipTwo, which is racing to be the first designed to carry paying passengers to space. And these Silver Classics are great not only for collectors, but they make wonderful executive gifts, too, so they can even help you expand your market!

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Info: Bristol Type 170 Superfreighter Mk.32, 1953 - Silver Classics Collection


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Bristol Freighter - First Taxi In 20 Years (08:02)
Bristol Freighter ZK-CPT - First Taxi In 20 Years In 1986 the Bristol Freighter ZK-CPT ('Merchant Courier') was flown into Omaka Aerodrome (Blenheim, New Zealand) and retired. The aircraft engines were subsequently run on several occasions, but this has not occurred for over 20 years. Enter Alastair Marshall - ex RNZAF Engine Technician, now commercial pilot, and a piston engine enthusiast. Over the past few months, Al has been working on the two Bristol Hercules engines on the aircraft, with the goal of getting the old girl to come to life once more. On 27th September 2008, both engines were fired up, and the aircraft taxied about on Omaka Aerodrome for the first time in approximately twenty years. Congratulations to Al and his team of willing helpers. http://www.aviationfilm.com If anyone wants to read more about this project, see this website: http://rnzaf.proboards43.com/?board=Airshows&action=display&thread=2581&page=1 -- http://www.aviationfilm.com Copyright © 2012 Historical Aviation Film Unit This video material may not be reproduced in any form (except as an embedded video on any other website), without the written permission of the Historical Aviation Film Unit. v_HAFU
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