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Beechcraft C-90 "King Air" Model Airplane (Free Shipping)
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MSRP Price: $229.95
Factory Direct Price: $165.95
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Our exclusive 1:40 scale, Beech C90 (Hawker Beechcraft), King Air was meticulously hand crafted to replicate the actual aircraft. Our collector series Beech C-90 model includes such intricate details as leading edge de-ice boots, prop de-ice, VHF antennas, GPS fairings, wind screen wipers, pitot tubes electronic bay airflow vents on both sides of the nose radome, propeller manufacturer logo's and numerous other details not found on our competitors models. Each of our Beechcraft C90 aircraft models are hand crafted from select, kiln-dried Philippine Mahogany. Each model is hand-carved to scale and hand-painted, utilizing exact aircraft manufacturer scale line drawings, images and other technical resources.
This top of the line, collector series model incorporates a chemically engraved, hand painted, BEECHCRAFT manufacturer logo on a Philippines Mahogany display stand. We can personalize the display stand inscription plaque with the text of your choice ABSOLUTELY FREE. Just type what you would like your inscription plaque to read and we will include with your model- again this is ABSOLUTELY FREE!
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Beechcraft King Air C90 Information:
The King Air was the first aircraft in its class. The King air has been in continuous production since 1964 and has outsold all of it's turboprop competitors combined. However, it now faces competion from light jet aircraft such as the Cessna Citation "Mustang" as well as the newer twin engine Piaggio P180 Avanti and single-engine Piper Malibu Meridian and Socata TBM 850.
Developmental History of the Model 90 Series:
In 1964, after 10 months of test flying, the Model 87 was delivered to the United States Army with a military designation of NU-8F.
In 1966, after 112 Model 65-90s were completed, the PT6A-6 engines were replaced with PT6A-20's and the production switched to the Model 65-A90. A testament to its popularity, 206 Model 65-A90s were built in less than two years, when the production switched to the Model B90. The first B90s began rolling off the production line in 1968. Military versions were also built during these years include the 65-A90-1, 65-A90-2, 65-A90-3 and 65-A90-4, all unpressurized and based on the Model 87. These were produced for the US Army and were designated U-21's. A total of 162 of these were built from 1967 to 1971.
In 1982 the Model C90-1 entered production and featured the PT6A-21 engines. The following year the F90-1 was placed into production with redesigned engine cowlings and PT6A-135A engines, only 33 were built when production was terminated in 1985. The C90-1 was followed by the C90A which featured the improved engine cowlings from the F90-1. The C90A model was in production until 1992 by which time 235 were built.
At the Oshkosh Air Show in July 2005, Beechcraft introduced the C90GT. The C90GT was fitted with PT6A-135As. The engine change improved performance and was highly competitive with the new generation for Very light jets over short tow medium distances while providing a larger, more luxurious cabin. Deliveries of the C90GT began in 2006.
Military King Air Model 90 Versions: