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Star Air Lines AT-5 Ford Trimotor
1:72 Star Air Lines AT-5 Ford Trimotor
Our Price: $10.00

Alaska Airlines grew out of a single-plane company established by Linious McGee in 1932.  McGee Airlines merged with Star Air Service in 1934.  Under the leadership of Raymond W. Marshall, the airline aggressively pursued further purchases to create Alaska Star Airlines in 1942.  The middle name was formally dropped on May 2, 1944, narrowly beating out a competitor who had also applied for the name Alaska Airlines.As operated in the Alaska Territories in 1942, the aircraft is all natural metal. Our decal has been updated to our current thin and flexible Next Generation DIGITAL Silk printing process. Use this decal with the Airfix kit. more info
Jefferson Airways AT-4 Ford Trimotor
1:77 Jefferson Airways AT-4 Ford Trimotor
Our Price: $10.00

Purchased on July 5, 1928 for the tidy sum of $45,475, this Trimotor was operated by the short-lived Jefferson Airways, a subsidiary of Jefferson Bus Lines.  Scheduled operations were offered between Holman Field in St. Paul, Wold Chamberlain Field in Minneapolis and then on to Graham Flying Field in Rochester, Minnesota.  Our decal has been updated to our current thin and flexible Next Generation DIGITAL Silk printing process.  Use this decal with the Monogram / Revell kit. more info
Eastern Air Transport AT-5 Ford Trimotor
1:72 Eastern Air Transport AT-5 Ford Trimotor
Our Price: $10.00

Ford Motor Company built 199 Tri-Motors from 1926 through 1933.  EAA's model 4-AT-E was number 146 off Ford's innovative assembly line and first flew on August 21, 1929.  It was sold to Pitcairn Aviation's passenger division, Eastern Air Transport, whose paint scheme is replicated on Experimental Aircraft Association's Tri-Motor. This Ford Tri-Motor NC8407 is the flagship of EAA's Pioneer Airport, a part of the EAA Aviation Museum experience.   Our decal has been updated to our current thin and flexible Next Generation DIGITAL Silk printing process. Use this decal with the Airfix kit. more info
Northwest AT-5 Ford Trimotors
1:72 Northwest AT-5 Ford Trimotors
Our Price: $12.00

Northwest operated five Ford AT-5 Trimotors between 1928 and 1935.  They were powered by three 420 hp Pratt & Whitney Junior engines, could carry 12-14 passengers at a cruise speed of 105 mph, and had a range of 580 miles.  They were initially used by the airline on its Minneapolis / St. Paul - Chicago - Rochester, MN route.  Our decal has been updated to our current thin and flexible Next Generation DIGITAL Silk printing process. Use this decal with the Airfix kit. more info
   
 
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