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Hand carved from solid Mahogany and completely hand painted!
Toys and Models Corporation has been producing the world's finest hand-made military, civilian and airline models since 1988. The high level of workmanship combined with the inherent appeal of the airplane, make these aerosculptures true works of art. You will be proud as you add each new model to your collection.

Master craftsmen, working from three-dimensional drawings, chip away the excess wood from the kiln-dried block until an airplane amazingly appears. They work their tools with remarkable precision and unusual attention to detail. Several stages of fine sanding, between primer coats, produce a silky smooth finish ready for final painting. Talented artists using ultra-fine brushes, paint the nose art, stripes and markings. Toys and Models Corporation selects the aircraft and paint schemes for their historical significance and authenticity. A final coat of clear lacquer provides lasting protection to the exquisite finish.

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