AMAP105
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Collection: AM Silver Series Aluminum

10.6 x 14.2 x 6.9 in Reg. $95.00 (CAD)
 now: $85.05 (CAD) 


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AMAP105
1950s Desktop DC-3, Cast Aluminum Airplane Model on Stand
Solid Cast Aluminum Desktop Airplane Model, Aviation and Flight Decor for Home and Office
AM Silver Series, Cast Aircraft Aluminum Collection


Length 10.6 x Width 14.2 x Height 6.9 inch
Length 26.9 x Width 36.1 x Height 17.5 cm

  • History of flight… Conquest of the skies… A dream that keeps inspiring humans… A flight museum in your office…
  • Hand cast aluminum desktop airplane
  • Legendary and nostalgic vintage airplane model
  • This hand polished aluminum desktop model will please any pilot!
  • The Douglas DC-3, an unparalled work of genius: a great look, and the ability to land anywhere



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    The DC3 has earned the epithet Workhorse of the Skies. Thousands were produced from the end of WWII into the 1950s by the Douglas Aircraft works. Military, civilian, government, private, you name it. Utterly reliable. Even now it's possible to find them flying from remote airports, landing on the tightest strips. Aluminum, riveted propellers, noisy, but also safe and familiar.
    MuseoDeco - 1950s Desktop DC-3, Cast Aluminum Airplane Model on Stand - Solid Cast Aluminum Desktop Airplane Model, Aviation and Flight Decor for Home and Office - AM Silver Series, Cast Aircraft Aluminum (AMAP105)
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