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Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress Bomber Aircraft "My Gal Sal" United States Army Air Corps 1/155 Diecast Model Airplane by Postage Stamp
Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress Bomber Aircraft "My Gal Sal" United States Army Air Corps 1/155 Diecast Model Airplane by Postage Stamp
Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress Bomber Aircraft "My Gal Sal" United States Army Air Corps 1/155 Diecast Model Airplane by Postage Stamp
Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress Bomber Aircraft "My Gal Sal" United States Army Air Corps 1/155 Diecast Model Airplane by Postage Stamp
Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress Bomber Aircraft "My Gal Sal" United States Army Air Corps 1/155 Diecast Model Airplane by Postage Stamp
Postage Stamp

Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress Bomber Aircraft "My Gal Sal" United States Army Air Corps 1/155 Diecast Model Airplane by Postage Stamp

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  • Brand new 1/155 scale diecast airplane model of Boeing B-17E Flying Fortress Bomber Aircraft "My Gal Sal" United States Army Air Corps die cast model by Postage Stamp.
  • Detailed exterior.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Comes with a display stand.
  • This model does not have any openings.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Made of diecast metal with some plastic parts.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5.5, Wingspan-8 inches.
  • Diecast metal and plastic construction for durability and a heavy, realistic feel.
  • It is a highly detailed and accurate model, perfect for collectors and enthusiasts of military history.
  • HISTORY ASPECTS:
  • The B-17 Flying Fortress was a four-engine heavy bomber developed by Boeing for the United States Army Air Corps. It was a high-flying, long-range bomber, heavily used in World War II for daylight precision bombing of strategic military targets. It was highly effective and reliable, and developed a reputation of being able to return to its home base despite extensive battle damage.
  • My Gal Sal was one of the 3 B-17's that was forced to land on the Greenland icecap due to inclement weather on June 27, 1942. The crew was rescued and the aircraft abandoned until a 1964 overflight discovered the aircraft to be largely intact. It was recovered in 1995 and restored to a static configuration. It is now displayed at the National World War II Museum in Louisiana. This die-cast metal model comes in 1/155 scale and includes a plastic display stand.

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