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1/72 YH-41 Seneca

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Product Description
This item is an injection-plastic aircraft model kit.   Click here for sizing chart.

Cessna, the famous American small plane manufacturer, purchased the Sable Helicopter Company and built the test bed CH1-1 in 1953, with its civilian model CH-1A taking its first flight the following year. After a successful landing on the summit of Pikes Peak in the Rocky Mountains in 1955, it received an improved engine in 1957 to become the CH-1B and could reach an altitude of 9,076 meters. To this day, its record remains as the highest altitude reached by a helicopter powered by a reciprocating engine.

In 1957 the US Army purchased 10 CH-1Cs and changed the name to the YH-41 Seneca. Between the CH-1 and YH-41 Cessna produced 50 machines, and ceased production in 1962.

  • [Mold Color]: Grey
  • [Includes]: Decals, clear parts, photo-etched parts, masking stickers

Assembly Guide
Date Released:
December 2018
Package Size/Weight:
25.0 x 15.0 x 4.0 cm / 90g

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