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Flying Boat Construction - GPN-2000-001255
 

 

 

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English: Dinky Toy model of a Sikorsky S-42-B flying boat
A scale model of the Pan American Airways flying boat "Clipper III" that took part in the transatlantic experimental flights between Botwood, Newfoundland and Foynes, Eire in the summer of 1937. The flights were carried out in co-operation with Imperial Airways. The "Clipper III" is a Sikorsky S-42-B flying boat of all-metal construction. It is fitted with four Pratt and Whitney "Hornet" air-cooled engines, and is capable of a top speed of 188 mph. The normal range of the S-42-B is 1,200 miles, and therfore extra fuel tanks were installed in the "Clipper III" for her Atlantic flights.
Damage to the tail and crazing to the nose of the model is due to zinc pest, a particular problem with the Dinky aircraft of this age.
Date 12 January 2010(2010-01-12)
Source Own work
Author Andy Dingley }

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