A delightful replica of the custom built monoplane that completed the first
solo non-stop flight from
York to Paris in 1927, flown by Charles Lindbergh. Lindbergh instantly
became a world-wide hero after landing in Paris, 33 hours and 30 minutes
after taking off from Roosevelt Airfield in Garden City (Long Island), New
Lindbergh made one final flight in the Spirit of St. Louis, in 1928, flying
from St. Louis to Washington D. C. where the aircraft was officially
presented to the Smithsonian Institution, where it remains today, now on
display at the National Air and Space Museum. A perfect size for
displaying on a desk or shelf, take a peek through the cockpit windows and
imagine yourself on board. An ideal gift for a vintage flight
Dimensions: 12.2" x 19.5" x 3.5"
Shipping Weight: 19 lbs.
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