Own and display an authentic piece from the Pan American World Airways Boeing 314 Clipper flying boat attached to this beautifully made-in-USA two-sided acrylic desk display by Ron Cole. Original art of the 314 Clipper combined with the relic - a roughly 1.5x1-inch section of aluminum from this aircraft's wingtip. History and COA on the reverse. Signed & numbered. Very limited to only 30.
History: The Boeing 314 Clipper was an American long-range flying boat produced by Boeing from 1938 to 1941. One of the largest aircraft of its time, it had the range to cross the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Twelve Clippers were built, nine of which served with Pan American World Airways. Of the twelve built, none survive today.
Cole’s Aircraft was lucky to have acquired a section of wing from a 314 that had been pressed into transportation duties in the South Pacific during World War II. Obtained from a wartime dump among US Navy aircraft parts on Espirito Santo in 1980, these parts represent some of the only known material from any of these Golden Age flying boats.
Our supply of these pieces, carefully cut from somewhat larger sections, is very limited. Each piece will be of at least equal quality to the parts in the image, but the best pieces in terms of paint and other features will be provided with the first orders placed. This is true of all Cole's Aircraft relic displays.
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