Own a piece of aviation history with this beautiful Amelia Earhart Lockheed Vega Mahogany Model. In 1932, Earhart flew her red Vega 5B across the Atlantic Ocean-the first woman to make the nonstop flight solo and the first pilot to do so since Charles Lindbergh set his record in 1927. The Vega is displayed in the Pioneers of Flight Gallery at the National Air and Space Museum.
This handcrafted 1/36-scale model features the original's bright red livery, monocoque fuselage, and cantilever wings. Its wingspan is 15 inches, and it measures 11 inches from its radial engine to its graceful tail. A certain conversation starter, this gorgeous Lockheed Vega Mahogany Model is a must-have for any aviation aficionado.
- Limited Edition: 100 Pieces in Collection
- 15 Inch Wingspan
- 11 Inch Length
- Material: Mahogany Wood
- Base Plate: Limited Edition Numbered Metal Plate Included