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Avro Vulcan Aircraft Desktop Wood Model Free Shipping

Avro Vulcan Aircraft Desktop Wood Model Free Shipping

Avro Vulcan Aircraft Desktop Wood Model Free Shipping    Avro Vulcan Aircraft Desktop Wood Model Free Shipping

Which has a production period of 1 month. If not, since we have our own factory, we can make one for you in a month. This magnificent and Museum-Quality crafted AVRO VULCAN AIRPLANE WOOD MODEL is finely handmade from kiln-dried Wood Mahogany and skillfully hand-painted by gifted artists. It is 10.50" in Length, with 11.00" Wingspan, weighing 0.44 pounds, and a package weight of about 2.20 pounds.

The picture shown in this listing is part of a set of photos we are using as reference for the production of the models. Each model comes with a wooden stand.

Direct from our highly gifted Craftsmen & Artists, Each model is Individually Sculptured and Painted by hand, Not Mass-produced and there is No Reserve! ABOUT US: MyAsianArt is an Art & Antiques Gallery based in Manila, Philippines promoting historical items & featuring local skilled artisans and painters specializing in high quality ARTWORKS (HAND-PAINTED Oil Paintings and Sculptures), model ships, model planes & toy models and Handicrafts from Asia. We have been doing business WORLDWIDE for more that 8 years. Vulcan was a British built jet engined. Once part of the RAF. Design work began at A. Roe in 1947 under Roy Chadwick.

Specification required a bomber with a top speed of 500 knots. (930 km/h), an operating ceiling of 50,000 ft (15,000 m), a range of 3,000 nautical miles. (5,500 km) and a bomb load of 10,000 lb (4,500 kg). It also held the distinction as the first fly-by-wire. Design work also began at Vickers.

All three designs were approved - the Valiant. Avro began scale prototype testing in 1948 with the single-seater Type 707, and despite the crash of the first prototype on September 30, 1949 work continued. The first full-scale prototype aircraft, the Type 698, was completed in August 1952 and made its maiden flight on August 31. The Vulcan name was not chosen until 1953.

In September 1956, the RAF received its first Vulcan B. 1, XA897, which immediately went on a fly-the-flag mission to New Zealand. On October 1, while approaching London Airport to complete the tour, XA897 crashed short of the runway in bad weather conditions. 2 variant was first tested in 1957 and entered service in 1960. It had a larger wing and better performance than the B1 and had a distinctive kink in its delta wing to reduce turbulence. In all, 134 Vulcans were produced 45 B. 2, the last being delivered to the RAF in January 1965. The last operational Vulcan squadron was disbanded in March 1984. As part of Britain's independent nuclear deterrent the Vulcan initially carried Britain's first nuclear weapon, the Blue Danube gravity bomb. The bomb load was gradually updated to Yellow Sun.

And then Red Beard and from 1962. 2A were armed with the Blue Steel missile. When Blue Steel was decommissioned and the replacement program for the Skybolt ALBM. Vulcans were converted to a conventional bombing role in 1966.

Carrying 21 x 1000 lb (454 kg) bombs. The only combat missions involving the Vulcan took place in the 1982. When a number of Vulcans flew the 3,380 nautical miles (6,300 km) from Ascension Island. To bomb the occupied airfield there with conventional bombs as Operation Black Buck. By this date the number of Victors.

Was extremely limited, so some Vulcan aircraft were adapted in just fifty days to fulfill that role during the conflict. Five Vulcans were chosen for the operation, their bomb bays were modified, the fuel systems replaced and the electronics updated. The first bombing mission was on April 30.

And there were five further bombing missions. At the time these missions held the record for the World's longest distance raids. The Vulcan was the first jet powered bomber to use delta wings. The Vulcan was used as test-beds for the Concorde. A Vulcan was featured in the James Bond.

There are 21 Vulcans still relatively intact at air museums around the world. Speed: Mach 0.92 (cruise). Range 2,607 nautical miles (4,800 km).

Power: 4 Bristol Siddeley Olympus 101. Turbojets at 195,700 N each. Crew: 5 Pilot, Co-Pilot, Navigator Plotter, Navigator Radar and Air Electronics Officer. On 14 October, 1975 Vulcan B. 9 Squadron RAF Wadington lost its right undercarriage when it attempted to land at Luqa.

The pilot decided on doing a circuit to crash land on runway 24 after it was covered with fire prevention foam. As the aircraft was turning inbound for the landing, it exploded in mid-air over Zabbar. Village, killing 5 of its 7-crew members. Large pieces of the aircraft fell on this populated village but with very low casualties - one woman who was shopping in a street was hit by an electric cables and was killed instantly and some 20 others were injured slightly.

The pilot and navigator escaped death by using their ejector seats (which were only provided for the pilot and navigator in the Vulcan). The item "Avro Vulcan Aircraft Desktop Wood Model Free Shipping" is in sale since Monday, June 11, 2007.

This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Aviation\Military Aircraft\Desk & Shelf Models". The seller is "myasianart" and is located in Manila.

This item can be shipped worldwide.
Avro Vulcan Aircraft Desktop Wood Model Free Shipping    Avro Vulcan Aircraft Desktop Wood Model Free Shipping