3000toys Item Detail Page

PS5555 - Daron Wright Flyer Postage Stamp Collection
alternate view v1_
Price $27.99 MSRP $31.99
Add to order
In Stock

Daron (#PS5555) 1/72 Scale

Wright Flyer
Postage Stamp Collection

The Wright Flyer was the first heavier-than-air flying machine to be powered, manned, controlled and sustained in flight. Invented by Orville and Wilbur Wright (the Wright Brothers), the Wright Flyer was based on the brothers' research and experiments testing kites and gliders. On December 17, 1903 the Wrights flew four flights at Kill Devil Hills near Kitty Hawk, NC. Taking turns, beginning at 10:35 AM, Orville flew about 120 Feet in about 12 seconds. Wilbur then flew about 175 feet, followed by Orville flying 200 feet. At approximately 12:00 PM, Wilbur flew 852 feet in 59 seconds, making history.

Model is in 1:72 scale, comes with plastic base. Approximately 3 1/2 inches long with 6 3/4 inch wingspan.

Caution: Adult collectible designed for use by persons 14 years of age and older.


DARON logo Made By: DARON
Item Number: PS5555
Scale: 1/72
MSRP: $31.99
First arrived: 11/27/2018
Added to catalog: 11/14/2018
Recommended Age: 14 and up


Similar Items
GREENLIGHT - 29934 - Bigfoot #1 The Original

GREENLIGHT - 29934 - 1/64 Scale
$6.29 MSRP $6.99
Bigfoot #1 The Original Monster Truck - 1974 Ford F-250 - Hobby Exclusive - ... [more]
DARON - PS5602 - F-35 A Lightning

DARON - PS5602 - 1/100 Scale
$26.99 MSRP $30.99
F-35 A Lightning II- USAF - Postage Stamp Collection - F-35® Lightning II®... [more]
DARON - PS5333-2 - Avro Lancaster Mk

DARON - PS5333-2 - 1/150 Scale
$27.99 MSRP $31.99
Avro Lancaster Mk VII RAF - NX611 "Just Jane" - Postage Stamp Collection -... [more]
DARON - PS5354-1 - Curtiss P-40B Warhawk

DARON - PS5354-1 - 1/90 Scale
$18.99 MSRP $21.99
Curtiss P-40B Warhawk - Flying Tigers "Hell's Angels" - Postage Stamp Collection -... [more]
DARON - PS5356-4 - Vought F4U Corsair

DARON - PS5356-4 - 1/100 Scale
$18.99 MSRP $21.99
Vought F4U Corsair - USN #167 - Postage Stamp Collection - The F4U Corsair was... [more]