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Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model
Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model
Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model
Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model
Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model

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Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model

$249.95

Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model 

Wing Span: 20 inches Length: 17.25 inches

The Model 200 was originally conceived as the Model 101 in 1969, and was a development of the Model 100 King Air. The Model 200 had essentially the same fuselage as the Model 100, with changes to the rear fuselage to accommodate a new T-tail (in place of the 100's conventional tail with all-moving trimmable horizontal stabilizer) and structural changes to allow higher maximum pressurization. Apart from the T-tail, other changes included Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-41 engines rated at 850 shp (630 kW) instead of the 680 shp (510 kW) engines of the Model A100 then in production, and a wing of increased span and extra fuel capacity. Overall, the 200 was 3 ft 10 in (1.17 m) longer than the A100, with wingspan 4 ft 3 in (1.29 m) greater, containing 60 US gallons (230 L) more fuel. Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) was increased by 1,000 lb (450 kg). After protracted development including extensive wind tunnel testing of the design (especially of the T-tail which was tunnel-tested for 375 hours), the first prototype flew for the first time on October 27, 1972; a second prototype took to the air on December 15 the same year. Three production aircraft were also built in 1972 and delivered to the U.S. Army; these three were designated Model A100-1s by Beechcraft and were given the military designation RU-21J;] the first of some 400 T-tail King Airs to be ordered by the U.S. armed forces. The 200 received civil certification in December 1973 and the first civil delivery took place in February 1974

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Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model

Beechcraft King Air B200 Turboprop Aircraft 1/32 Scale Aircraft Desk Model

$249.95