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Wings of Texaco Airplane Series #21 (2013) - 1935 Spartan Executive 7W T68 (1:39) - Anniversary Edition, Silver/Red

Part Number: CP7078
Availability: Sold Out, Discontinued
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    Wingspan: 12"

    Prepainted Diecast Metal Model

    Collectors item: Not suitable for children under 14

    Wings of Texaco Airplane Series #21 (2013) Regular Edition in Silver- 1935 Spartan Executive 7W T68 Anniversary Edition

    Features include:
    � 12" Wingspan and movable Flaps
    � Locking Coin Bank with Key
    � Die-Cast Body
    � Includes Custom Display Stand

    This is the sixth of seven Spartan planes employed in the Texaco Fleet. Texaco purchased it in 1950. An earlier version, the T51, was also used by Texaco and is #14 in this series.

    Manufactured by the Spartan Aircraft Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Spartan Executive 7W was a well-known and popular aircraft. While born in the middle of the Great Depression, it was designed for comfort and speed for the wealthy. The interior was large and spacious with a number of trend-setting features including: arm rests, ash trays, cabin heaters, ventilators, deep cushions and large windows. The Spartan Executive 7W was popular enough to see design replications continue with design replications well into the post-World War II period of aviation.

    Painted Silver - NOT brushed metal.

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