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Beechcraft Starship Model

Raytheon Beech Model 2000 Starship Model Airplane


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Beechcraft Starship Model

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Give the perfect gift for your loved ones with our Beechcraft Starship display model plane.

Model Airplane: Beechcraft 2000 Starship aircraft
Wingspan: 14.25"
Fuselage Length: 12"
Scale: 1/48
Manufacturer: Raytheon Beech

Model Airplane Factory offers you this elegant Beechcraft 2000 Starship display wood model aircraft made by our master craftsmen. Multiple coats of clear lacquer is applied in Beech Starship 2000 model display to protect the exquisite artwork and provide an overall glossy finish. The process starts from carving the fuselage and the intakes on the fuselage sides to the Beechcraft Starship cruciform tail design, to the assembly and final polishing of the Beechcraft Starship model plane display. Beech Starship 2000 model is hand carved from solid mahogany and completely hand painted. Every Beechcraft 2000 Starship display model is a work of art. Beechcraft Starship wood plane model is attached to a durable wooden base so you can place it wherever you like it!

The Beechcraft Starship is a futuristic-looking aircraft designed by Burt Rutan's Scaled Composites and produced by the Beech Aircraft Corporation. It is a six- to eight-seat business transport. Work began in 1979 when Beechcraft identified a need to replace the King Air 200 model. After a brief hiatus while the company was bought by Raytheon, full development began in 1982 when Beechcraft approached Burt Rutan of Scaled Composites, a leader in the field of novel composite aircraft design. Much of the design work utilised computer-aided design, using the CATIA system.

The Starship was notable for several reasons. First was its all-graphite composite airframe, using high-tech materials instead of aluminum. These materials were in frequent use to varying degrees on military aircraft, but no civilian aircraft certified by the FAA had ever used them so extensively. Composites were chosen to reduce the weight of the aircraft, which was ultimately above its target.

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