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 Armstrong Whitworth FK-8 Airplane.WOOD MODEL is finely handmade from kiln-dried Wood Mahogany and skillfully hand-painted by gifted artists. It is 10.80" in Length, with 15.00" 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! We have been doing business WORLDWIDE for more that 8 years. Amd 052309/ csm 04-29-08/jlc 09-02-10, rrm 12-6-11. During the First World War. The aircraft (nicknamed the "Big Ack") was designed by Dutch. As a replacement for the Royal Aircraft Factory B. And the Armstrong Whitworth F. It was designed as a sturdier aircraft with a larger fuselage. It was a rival design to the Royal Aircraft Factory R. The first aircraft flew in May 1916. And was delivered to the Royal Flying Corps. Although it was easier to fly than the R. 8, and was sturdier, its performance was even more pedestrian, and it shared the inherent stability of the Royal Aircraft Factory. Nonetheless, a total of 1,650 were built, and the type served alongside the R. 8 until the end of the war, at which point 694 F.
8s remained on RAF charge. Late production examples were better streamlined - the original crude undercarriage. Being replaced with tidier units (as in the illustration). The type was unusual in having dual controls, enabling the observer to control the aircraft in the event of the pilot becoming incapacitated by enemy action. 8 served with several squadrons on operations in France.And for home defence, proving more popular in service than its better known contemporary, the R. The first squadron was 35 Squadron. 8 was principally used for the corps reconnaissance. Role, but was also used for light bombing. Being capable of carrying up to six 40 lb phosphorus smoke bombs, up to four 65 lb bombs or two 112 lb bombs on underwing racks. Were won by pilots of F. 8s; one by Second Lieutenant. And the second by Captain. 8 was scheduled to be replaced in the corps reconnaissance role by a version of the Bristol Fighter.
Unfortunately the engine was unsatisfactory, and this version of the Bristol never saw service. 8 was quickly discarded with the end of the war - the last squadron, No. Being disbanded at Kirec in Greece on 18 September.
Length: 31 ft 5 in (9.58 m). 43 ft 6 in (13.26 m).Height: 10 ft 11 in (3.33 m). Wing area: 540 ft² (50.17 m²). Empty weight: 1,916 lb (869 kg). 2,811 lb (1275 kg). 6-cylinder inline piston engine, 160 hp (112 kW).
83 knots (95 mph, 153 km/h) at sea level. 13,000 ft (3960 m).After purchasing, pay instantly through! Payments are preferred because they are SAFE & SECURE. We are a Premier Merchant, both Verified and Confirmed. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Aviation\Military Aircraft\Desk & Shelf Models".
The seller is "myasianart" and is located in this country: PH.