Boeing CH-47 Chinook Model
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Model
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Model
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Model
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Model
Boeing CH-47 Chinook Model

Boeing CH-47 Chinook Model

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Description The Lighthouse presents to you the authentic replica of Boeing CH-47 Chinook with historically correct details. This model is hand carved from solid mahogany by skilled craftsmen and not constructed from kits. After passing through several stages of sanding and priming, multiple coast of clear lacquer are then applied into Boeing CH-47 Chinook model to reflect the true beauty of natural wood and for an overall glossy finish. This model will be a special gift for your loved ones or a timeless display on your office desk. This model is required a quick and easy assembly within 3 minutes as an enjoyable thing. To ensure a damage-free product straight to your doorstep, pieces of the model as shown in the photo are safely covered with foam and separately packed in a box. Dimensions: 32cm Rotor, 37cm Length, 10cm Width, 21cm Height with stand Features: Realistic wings rotate and wheels turn History The Boeing CH-47 Chinook is an American twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter. With a top speed of 170 knots (196 mph, 315 km/h) it is faster than contemporary utility and attack helicopters of the 1960s. The CH-47 is one of the few aircraft of that era – along with the fixed-wing Lockheed C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft – that is still in production and front line service, with over 1,179 built to date. Its primary roles include troop movement, artillery emplacement and battlefield resupply. It has a wide loading ramp at the rear of the fuselage and three external-cargo hooks. The Chinook was designed and initially produced by Boeing Vertol in the early 1960s. The helicopter is now produced by Boeing Rotorcraft Systems. Chinooks have been sold to 16 nations with the US Army and the Royal Air Force (see Boeing Chinook (UK variants)) being the largest users. The CH-47 is among the heaviest lifting Western helicopters.