170 Balsa Wood Kit Balsa Wood Model Kit
The Cessna 170 is an all-metal light plane that has won wide acceptance
among America's private plane flyers. 1/18 scale
kit of balsa wood and tissue paper has a 24"
wingspan when completed. For display, electric, gas, or rubber-powered
flight; assembly required. ....#0008902 2
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172 Balsa Wood Kit
Balsa Wood Model Kit.
Your classic Cessna 172 includes a vacuum formed canopy and will
have a 20" wingspan when completed. Balsa and tissue kit requires
assembly. .....#0008855 1
172 Skyhawk Balsa Wood Model Kit.
Possibly the best-selling four place airplane in the world, the
Cessna 172 is also probably the favorite. Now you can have your own
this 1/12 scale balsa wood and tissue
paper kit, with an impressive 36" wingspan when complete. For display
or radio powered flight. ....#0008933
172 Skyhawk1/32 Model p; Modern
Pre Built Molded Resin Model
Made of precision molded resin, this 1/32
scale model of a modern Cessna Skyhawk measures 10" in length with
a wingspan of 13½". Hand painted and detailed, model comes
ready to display on the included base. ...#0009463
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172 Floatplane 1/48 Scale Model Kit Plastic Model Airplane Kit.
Highly anticipated, this newly tooled, 1/48 scale
plastic kit was worth the wait! You get a beautifully detailed interior, a
removable cowling that allows you to display the engine, a deluxe decal sheet
with U.S. and international numbers, and more. 9" wingspan; assembly required.
The C-172 is still today the most popular sports and training aircraft
worldwide. The four-seater high-wing airplane combines well-mannered flight
characteristics, exquisite visibility and relatively low costs, which all adds
up to unrivalled all-round qualities. Those who own such a VW of the skies but
still want to cut a fine figure in sports flying circles, must come up
with something different. That's what an owners group at the airport of
Sandy Valley in Nevada/USA did by stripping and polishing their
aircraft, manufactured in 1970. It saved weight but considerably
increased maintenance costs. But that did not deter the owners of the
original registered N7904G
Nixon Galloway. A Cessna 172 Skyhawk on floats over
an anchorage. Painting typifies the many lakes and inlets from which the
Skyhawk operates so well. Limited edition of 300 gicl? prints, signed and
numbered by the artist. 20"x 18" print.
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Cessna Aircraft Company
Handcrafted in the USA, this high quality
porcelain-on-steel sign advertising Cessna Aircraft - A Master's
Expression - is made with the same old world finishing process
popularized in the early 1900s. 12"x 9".
0007206 Next Generation
Aviation Art Print0007206
Paul Rendel. Dry flies and Cessna
Stationair 6 provide a stage for passing on the love of flying,
fishing and the great outdoors. 35"x 23" signed and numbered,
limited edition print.
Portals Into the Sky" 172"0049541border="1" hspace="10" vspace="4" width="250" height="198" align="left">0049541 Portals
Into the Sky
A Collection of Vintage Cockpit Photographs.
Cilio. This photo-history takes you into the cockpit of vintage
airplanes to view the instruments and controls.
You'll enter the Aeronca Champion, Beechchraft Bonanza Model 35,
Bellanca Skyrocket, Boeing B-17 and B-24, Cesnna 172 Skyhawk,
Convair 340, de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver, McDonnell Douglas DC-3 and
-6, Grumman F6F Hellcat, Hughes H-4 Hercules, Lockheed P-38
Lightning and Constellation, North American P-51 Mustang, Northrop
P-61, Piper J-3 Cub, Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, Sikorsky S-38,
Stinson 108, and many others. 112 pages, 160 B&W photographs and
illustrations, 11"x 8?", softcover #0049541
Cessna Logo Hat
This 100% cotton, navy blue embroidered
hat features Cessna's distinctive "in-flight" logo and includes
an adjustable strap with a buckle.
This exhibit shows the Patterson
Aircraft Company, a Cessna Dealer, in 1980. This is the place that I worked in the last part
of the 70's and the first part of the 80's. This was the best job that I
have ever had and one of the best crews that I have ever worked with. C.
Jeff Dyrek, webmaster.