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1/400 Boeing 367-80, JT3C Water Injection Engine (Boeing 707 tail markings)

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Dragon Wings 55752 - 1/400 Boeing 367-80, JT3C Water Injection Engine (Boeing 707 tail markings)

About the Boeing 367-80:
Nicknamed the "Dash 80", this aircraft was the prototype for the 707 passenger jet and the KC-135 jet tanker. The Boeing company had invested $16 million to build this first member of the "700" family of the long-range commercial and military jets. The success of the Dash 80 was due largely to its mechanical systems, including turbine engines with thrust reversers and noise suppressors, redundant hydraulic control systems, and an improved cabin-pressurization system. All these led to several innovations in aircraft tooling and manufacturing techniques.

The Dash-80 was also the first commercial airliner economical enough to take the US airline industry off subsidy. Moving from piston engines to gas and water turbines, aircraft then flew at higher altitudes with less vibration. The 707's speed, comfort, and popularity led to Boeing's reputation as a world leader in aviation.

 

Sku: DR55752
Vendor: Dragon
HK$148.00
Maximum quantity available reached.

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