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Your Custom Painted Beechcraft G36 Bonanza Scale Model

Your Custom Painted Beechcraft G36 Bonanza Scale Model

Item# : EBeeG36

Manufacturer : Beechcraft

Wingspan : 16.75"

Length : 13.37"

Customize this aircraft with your paint scheme, registration number, markings, details, logos, antennas and all other details. Model includes a customized stand logo and an inscription plaque with three lines of personalized text. Once you place your order you will receive your custom model order form where you will provide all the specifications necessary to build your model.

Availability : Ships in 6-8 Weeks

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Retail Price: $525.00
FDM Price: $425.00
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Custom Express

Have this Beechcraft G36 Bonanza Customized with Your Paint Scheme and Other Fine Details Delivered to You in 6 to 8 Weeks.

Customize this aircraft with your paint scheme, registration number, markings, details, logos, antennas and all other details. Model includes a customized stand logo and an inscription plaque with three lines of personalized text. Once you place your order you will receive your custom model order form where you will provide all the specifications necessary to build your model.

Order NOW as stock on hand is EXTREMELY LIMITED and changes daily.

No modifications can be made to this airframe – paint and all other details can be fully customized.

Beechcraft G36 Bonanza History:

The Beechcraft Model 36 Bonanza is an American general aviation aircraft produced by the Beech Aircraft Corporation of Wichita, Kansas. Beech introduced the original Model 35 Bonanza airplane in 1947 with a V-tail design and in 1959 they introduced a straight tail version designated as the Model 35-33 Debonair. Then, in 1968, Beech dropped the Model 35-33 Debonair designation and called the aircraft the Model 33 Bonanza. That same year Beech introduced the Model 36 Bonanza which was a stretched fuselage version of the Model E33A Bonanza. The Model 36 Bonanza was produced as several different variants until 2006 when the current production model was introduced as the G36 Bonanza. This variant is an A36 Bonanza upgraded with the new Garmin G1000 avionics systems package, thus the G36 designation. The G36 Bonanza can cruise at 203 miles per hour for a distance of 254 miles with a full load of one pilot and five passengers. Since introducing the original Bonanza in 1947, the Beechcraft Corporation has built more than 17,000 Bonanza aircraft of all different variants. It has been in continuous production longer than any airplane in the history of aviation.

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Factory Direct Models has been supplying custom made models to the world’s most accomplished aircraft and ship manufacturers for over 25 years. Dedication and the relentless pursuit of perfection is what differentiates FDM from every other model builder. Our award winning customer service team will assist you with your order from the very beginning until your completed model is delivered to your door in its foam fitted shipping box. Our attention to detail and unmatched quality is why many of the world’s leading aerospace companies trust and work with FDM. Just as their standards are high, so are ours. Experience the FDM Difference.



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Testimonials

Hallo Mike

I have just received my two models. They fully live up to my expectations!!
These were the models in which, I spent many hours before advancing to an airline.
Nice to have on the desk.

Nice work throughout, please let the "carpenter" and painter know.
I wont hesitate next time, where to put my order.

Happy Easter

Best regards

Ken Fynbo



Mike, thank you for the exceptional work on my model. It was the plane in which I learned to fly, and the one that took us on our first flying adventures. Each time I walk by it, I have fond memories. I have given my wife photos of our other planes and hope to get models of them some day. The detail is incredible, and the paint scheme matches perfectly.

John Awalt


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