Curtiss Pusher 550mm Wingspan Balsa Wood Airplane Handicrafts Decoration KIT Unassembled
Overview of Curtiss Pusher:
The 1911 Curtiss Model D (or frequently, "Curtiss Pusher") was an early United States pusher aircraft with the engine and propeller behind the pilot's seat. It was among the very first aircraft in the world to be built in any quantity — all of which were produced by Curtiss during an era of trial-and-error development and equally important parallel technical development in internal combustion engine technologies.
It was also the aircraft type which made the first takeoff from the deck of a ship (flown by Eugene B. Ely off the deck of the USS Birmingham on November 14, 1910, near Hampton Roads, Virgini a) and made the first landing aboard a ship (the USS Pennsylvania) on January 18, 1911, near San Francisco, California.
Item Name: Curtiss Pusher
Material: Balsa wood
Net Weight: About 155g
Package Weight: About 514g
Note: The glue and the other tools are not included.
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1x Curtiss Pusher 550mm Balsa Wood Airplane Handicrafts Decoration KIT Unassembled