C-119G Flying Boxcar - 1/72 scale model

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List Price: $189.95
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The C-119 Flying Boxcar was developed by the Fairchild C-82 packet. It is a twin engine twin boom twin tail transport designed to carry cargo personnel litter patients and mechanized equipment. The C-119 made its first flight on November 1947 and by the last year of its production more than 1000 C-119 Flying Boxcars was produced. The C-119s ability to carry a lot of cargo made it earned its nickname the Flying Boxcar. The USAF used the C-119 Flying Boxcar extensively during the Korean conflict as their transport. The C-119 also entered South Vietnam this time as the AC-119G and AC-119K which is capable of unleashing up to 6 000 per minute per gun. The C-119 Flying Boxcar was also used by the 456th Troop Carrier Wing which was attached to the Strategic Air Command from April 25 1955 to May 26 1956. Other main variants of the Flying Boxcar were the EC-119J which was used for satellite tracking and the YC-119H Skyvan which had larger wings and tail. One of its variants which is still active today is the Jet Pack version which incorporates a 3 400 lbf Westinghouse J34 turbojet in a nacelle above the fuselage. When used as transportation the C-119 Flying Boxcar could carry up to 62 fully equipped troops or a 30 000 pound cargo load. As for its other general characteristics the C-119 Flying Boxcar can carry 5 crews its capacity is 62 troops its payload is 10 000 pound of cargo its length is at 86 ft and 6 inches its wingspan is at 109 ft and 3 inches its height range is t 26ft and 6 inches its wing area is 1 447 square feet its empty weight is at 40 000 pounds its loaded weight is 64 000 pounds and its maximum take off weight is 74 000 pounds.

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  • Handcarved Mahogany Wood Model Airplane
  • Handcrafted and Handpainted
  • Comes with base stand ready to display
  • Comes with base stand ready for display

C-119G Flying Boxcar - 1/72 scale model 4.7 out of 5 based on 3 ratings. 97 user reviews
C-119C Flying Boxcar C-119G Flying Boxcar - 1/72 scale model The C-119 Flying Boxcar was developed by the Fairchild C-82 packet. It is a twin engine twin boom twin tail transport designed to carry cargo personnel litter patients and mechanized equipment. The C-119 made its first flight on November 1947 and by the last year of its production more than 1000 C-119 Flying Boxcars was produced. The C-119s ability to carry a lot of cargo made it earned its nickname the Flying Boxcar. The USAF used the C-119 Flying Boxcar extensively during the Korean conflict as their transport. The C-119 also entered South Vietnam this time as the AC-119G and AC-119K which is capable of unleashing up to 6 000 per minute per gun. The C-119 Flying Boxcar was also used by the 456th Troop Carrier Wing which was attached to the Strategic Air Command from April 25 1955 to May 26 1956. Other main variants of the Flying Boxcar were the EC-119J which was used for satellite tracking and the YC-119H Skyvan which had larger wings and tail. One of its variants which is still active today is the Jet Pack version which incorporates a 3 400 lbf Westinghouse J34 turbojet in a nacelle above the fuselage. When used as transportation the C-119 Flying Boxcar could carry up to 62 fully equipped troops or a 30 000 pound cargo load. As for its other general characteristics the C-119 Flying Boxcar can carry 5 crews its capacity is 62 troops its payload is 10 000 pound of cargo its length is at 86 ft and 6 inches its wingspan is at 109 ft and 3 inches its height range is t 26ft and 6 inches its wing area is 1 447 square feet its empty weight is at 40 000 pounds its loaded weight is 64 000 pounds and its maximum take off weight is 74 000 pounds. $189.95 http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/417vWd1MgIL._SL160_.jpg
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