length: 36"  
Diameter: 6"
Weight: 3-5 oz
Part Number: MTC7001

Kit Contents:
Laser-cut lite ply, Balsa, Plastic nose and tail cones, plastic gondolas and engine pods, Full-size plans with building instructions, Clear plastic and Detail string.

Items Needed For Completion:
Wax paper, Hobby knife, Modeling pins, Sandpaper, Glue (CA and plastic cement) and Model Aircraft Dope (clear and silver/gray)

   
 

The ZR-3 was produced at the Zeppelin works in Friedrichshafen, Germany as war-debt compensation to the United States. Built for commercial use, the 2,470,000 cubic foot ship was built to carry 20 passengers. She was flown to NAS Lakehurst, NJ in October 1924, at the conclusion of an 83 hour, 5,000 mile transatlantic flight.

The captain of the ship during the maiden voyage was Dr. Hugo Eckner, one of the pioneers of rigid airship design. After being transferred to U.S. Government ownership, she was commissioned the USS Los Angeles in 1924. ZR-3 enjoyed a long and storied flight history prior to being decommissioned in 1932.

The venerable ship was finally dismantled in 1939. This Winston Classic kit of the famous U.S Navy ZR-3 results in a stunning 36" long display model. Plans for this model were originally penned over 30 years ago, and Megatech designers decided to "re-engineer" a kit to the standards of today's discriminating model builder. Features like laser-cut lite plywood bulkheads, contest quality balsa and formed plastic detail parts make this model simple to assemble for anyone with balsa kit building experience.

Extra details like clear celluloid (to simulate rotating propellers) and black nylon string (for control linkage and antennas), and quality covering tissue result in a model you'll be proud to finish and display.

 
   
 
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