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C-133 Cargomaster

Douglas C133 Cargomaster Cargo Aircraft Wood Model Airplane


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C-133 Cargomaster

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Relive history with our C-133 Cargomaster mahogany model Airplane!

Model Airplane: C-133 Cargomaster Cargo Aircraft
Wingspan: 18"
Fuselage Length: 17"
Scale: 1/111
Material: Mahogany wood
Manufacturer: Douglas Aircraft
Engine: Propeller
Era: Vietnam War
Branch: United States Air Force (USAF), NASA

Model Airplane Factory, makers of hand made model aircraft, presents to you our Douglas C133 Cargomaster Cargo Aircraft Wood Model Airplane. The C-133 Cargomaster wooden model airplane is meticulously carved and painted to reflect the true detail of the original C133 cargo aircraft. Our C133 mahogany model airplane is a beautiful, handmade authentic replica, made from the very finest grade of select kiln-dried mahogany wood and painstakingly decorated by our skilled craftsmen. C-133 Cargomaster model airplane has a wingspan of 18 inches, body length of 17 inches.

The Douglas C-133 Cargomaster was a large cargo aircraft built by the Douglas Aircraft Company between 1956 and 1961; 50 aircraft (32 C-133A and 18 C-133B) were constructed and put into service with the USAF. A single C-133A and a C-133B were built and kept at Douglas Long Beach as "test articles." They had no construction numbers or USAF tail numbers.

The C-133 had large tail doors and side doors and a large, open cargo area. With the C-133B, the rear cargo doors were modified to open to the side (petal doors), making an opening large enough to transport ballistic missiles such as the Atlas, Titan and Minuteman more cheaply, safely and quickly than road transport. Several hundred Minuteman and other ICBMs were airlifted to and from their operational bases. The C-133 also transported Atlas, Saturn and Titan rockets to Cape Canaveral for use as launch boosters in the Gemini, Mercury and Apollo space programs. After the Apollo capsules splashed down, they were airlifted in C-133s from Norfolk Naval Station or Hickam AFB to Ellington AFB, Texas, or to California.

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