Spruce Goose with Tool Set
Our price: $129.95
Commonly known as the Spruce Goose, the Hughes H-4 Hercules was designed and built for transatlantic flight, but made only one brief flight on November 2, 1947. Yet, for over 70 years, the Spruce Goose could claim the largest wingspan of any aircraft that had ever flown.
Now your teen has the opportunity to recreate this visionary plane in a 1:300 scale with Spruce Goose. It is made of very thin but extremely-durable, smooth metal parts produced by an innovative chemical etching method. Spruce Goose is quite possibly the most beautiful construction kit available, with astonishingly-elegant attention to detail. Spruce Goose comes with a detailed manual and online instructional videos that will help your teen with the mechanics involved. Additionally, this kit contains a polishing cloth and a set of professional assembling tools, including two types of pliers, one file, and tweezers. No soldering is required to assemble the Spruce Goose.
Spruce Goose, with its eight propellers moving simultaneously, is the ideal model for any teen interested in studying aircraft.
Package size: 345 x 175 x 45 mm
Model size: 325 x 220 x 128 mm
Plane Set: 4 plates with parts, 15 additional gears, spring, cloth for polishing, and instructions
Material: polished stainless steel
Number of pieces: 219 pieces
Tool Set Faith-Based: No