L-10E ElectraItem#: HN-TAMC123
- Civilian utility aircraft
- Propeller driven aircraft, four engine
- Painted wood construction
- Scale: 1/48
- Operators: U.S. Army Air Force, U.S. Navy, British Royal Air Force, many other militaries and civilian airlines worldwide
- Time in operation: 1935-1945 (possible light use afterwards)
- Pre-World War II era
- Length: 9.63 inches
- Wingspan: 12.75 inches
The Lockheed L-10 Electra was introduced in 1935 as a competitor to similar Boeing and Douglas transport aircraft. Nearly 150 were built in the years leading up to World War II, and the aircraft served in a variety of military and non-military duties, including as a testbed for pressurized cabins. But the Electra's primary claim to fame revolves around the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, in that she was flying a highly modified L-10 when she vanished. This association makes the L-10 a particularly recognizable aircraft, and painstaking work was taken to ensure that this model of the popular aircraft will make it a showcase item.
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