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  MISS AMERICA X

Our model is hand-crafted from hard wood with planks on frame construction. This model is not a kit and ready for display. Model can be converted to RC. Metal parts are brass chromed.

Item Code

Specifications

Packing Volume

SB0099P

83L x 21W x 17H (cm)

32.67L x 8.26W x 6.69H(inch)

0.07 m = 2.47 ft

Miss America X Classic Speed Boat Model

Quality Model Boat Miss America X

Hand-crafted Miss America X

Wooden Model Boat Miss America X

Hand-made Model Boat Miss America X

Miss America X Boat

Miss America X Engine

Miss America X Aft Cockpit

Model Boat Miss America X ready for display

The last of Garfield Arthur [Gar] Wood's legendary Miss Americas. Powered by 4 Packard V12 2490cu.in. Engines tuned to give 1600hp each. Gar Wood and his faithful mechanic and crew chief Orlin Johnson took Miss America x to the Revier canal of the St. Clair River, Michigan and on 20th September 1932 raised the Water Speed Record to 124.91 mph.

HISTORY

The last of Garfield Arthur [Gar] Wood's legendary Miss Americas. Powered by 4 Packard V12 2490cu.in. Engines tuned to give 1600hp each. Gar Wood and his faithful mechanic and crew chief Orlin Johnson took Miss America x to the Revier canal of the St. Clair River, Michigan and on 20th September 1932 raised the Water Speed Record to 124.91 mph.

 

 Suggest: Display case to preserve the model from dust

This assembly display case comes with plexiglass.

Picture of the ship in the display case is just for illustration purpose.

 

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