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1920s-1930s Lockheed Vega Pressed Steel Airplane made by Wyandotte Detroit - this airplane has an 18 inch wingspan and all-original paint and parts - this has not been touched! The wooden wheels are still there with the original paint, as is the propeller! It has a 12.5 inch fuselage. This is a true treasure in this condition!

This steel airplane is a work of art and in great shape - the wear from age only adds to its character and vintage/industrial look! This is a collector's piece!

This is the type of airplane Amelia Earhart flew when setting two of her many aviation records, including a record for being the only woman to fly alone, nonstop, across the Atlantic - while flying a plane like this one! She also set the record for a nonstop, solo flight across the US while flying a plane like this! Her famous plane, the Lockheed Vega, is now displayed in the Smithsonian Museum!

This steel airplane would look lovely hanging from your ceiling or used as decoration on a shelf in any type of decor - it would even be a great addition to your children's room decor! I love the industrial and rustic look of this!

The manufacturer, All Metal Products Company, was an American toy company founded in 1920 and based in Wyandotte, Michigan (near Detroit) for most of its history. It produced pressed metal toys under the Wyandotte brand name. The company's slogan was "Wyandotte Toys are Good and Safe" To keep costs down, the company used scrap and surplus raw materials whenever possible, often manufacturing their toys from scrap metal obtained from local auto factories in Detroit and elsewhere in Michigan. The company went bankrupt in 1956 and closed for good in 1957.

THIS ITEM IS ON SALE - it has been discounted & reduced down from the original price of $300.

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Lockheed Vega Pressed Steel Airplane Wyandotte Plane Toy 1930s - Amelia Earhart Plane -18 in wingspan Original Paint Industrial Decor

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: pressed steel, wood, metal, pressed steel airplane, plane, wyandotte plane, lockheed vega airplane, lockheed vega plane, paint, vintage airplane, vintage plane, airplane decoration, metal toy
  • Feedback: 75 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from North Carolina, United States.
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