Dekno Models to Release Wedell-Williams Model 45 in 1:48 and 1:72 Scales
Dekno Models has announced its next release, the Wedell-Williams Model 45, in both 1:48 and 1:72 scales. This highly detailed model is sure to be a hit with aviation enthusiasts and scale modelers alike.
interesting and technical information:
- The model is a Wedell-Williams Model 45, a popular racing aircraft from the 1930s.
- The model will be released in both 1:48 and 1:72 scales, which are two popular scales for aircraft models.
Wedell-Williams Model 45 – 1:48 & 1:72
The Model 45 flew for the primary occasion on June 28, 1933. Wedell-Williams pilot, John Worthen flew the 45 to a 2nd playground within the 1934 Bendix Trophy race. After throughout the Thompson race  pilot Doug Davis crashed the 44 and was once killed. On account of this tragedy Wedell-Williams group dismantled and trucked the 45 to Patterson. It by no means flew once more. The Model 45 was once donated to Louisiana Condition College, the place it in the end disappeared, its ultimate destiny unknown. A full-scale copy Model 45, built by way of Jim B. Clevenger of Kissimmee, Florida, is on show on the Louisiana Condition Museum in Patterson, Louisiana [Wiki].