Aluminum Overcast Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress 19 ft. Scale Model Austria

The Boeing B-17 "Flying Fortress" was designed and manufactured as a four-engine heavy bomber aircraft developed by United States Army Air Forces in the 1930's.

The Flying Fortress was primarily used by the United States for strategic bombing campaign during the Second World War against enemy territory, German industrial and military districts. This long-range bomber which made its first fly on 28 July 1935 is responsible for the 640,000 tonnes of bombs dropped on Germany during the World War II period. By not taking into account the destructive activities of this heavy bomber aircraft, Flying Fortress can be regarded as powerful aircraft with its ultimate specifications. General characteristics and dimensions for the full-size Boeing B-17 are 74 ft 4 in (22.66 m) for length, 19 ft 1 in (5.82 m) for height, 103 ft 9 in (31.62 m) for wingspan, 36, 135 Ib. (16.391 kg) for empty weight, maximum speed of 287 mph (462km/h) and 1200hp 1cyclone1 turbocharged radial engines. What you're gonna see below is the aluminum overcast scale model of Boeing B-17 flying through cloudy the sky of Austria. The dimensions of this perfect scale model of Flying Fortress are 14 ft for length, 41.7" for height, 19 ft for wingspan and 187 pounds for weight.

Check it out this epic fly, truly impressive!