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Phillips 66 Lockheed 12A Electra Jr. 1:50 Scale

Phillips 66 Lockheed 12A Electra Jr. 1:50 Scale


 
Product Note: Retired and No Longer Available!

Product Code: CP5991
Retired and Sold Out!

Description
 
The Lockheed Model 12A Electra Junior was a twin-engine aircraft of the 1930s that was widely used as a transport for company executives and government officials, and a number were also used as military staff transport. This Electra 12A is modeled after the NC 18790, which Phillips Petroleum Company purchased new from Lockheed. This aircraft was part of the Phillips corporate aircraft fleet for many years. The Model 12A features Lockheed’s trademark tail fins and rudders. It was also often used for testing new aviation technologies. The Lockheed 12A appeared in the climactic final scene in the 1942 film Casablanca.

• Authentically Scaled Replica
• Die-Cast Metal Coin Bank
• Highly Detailed with Rotating Propeller
• 1:50 Scale
• 12" Wingspan
• Limited Edition, Sequentially Numbered
• Custom Display Stand Included






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