The Beech Model 17 Staggerwing was created during the American Great Depression of the 1930s, specifically as a premier business executive transport. It first flew in November 1932, and set the standard for private passenger air travel for many years. Its unique negative wing stagger maximized pilot visibility, making it easily recognizable. It held many speed and climb records through the 1930s, winning the Texaco Trophy Race in 1933 and the Bendix Trophy Race in 1936. In 1937, aviatrix Jacqueline Cochran set the woman's world speed record at 203 mph in 1937 in a Staggerwing.

Beechcraft Staggerwing Walnut Kit

Beechcraft Staggerwing Walnut Kit

Code: DU214



Product Description


Beechcraft Staggerwing Walnut Kit. Over 110 Laser Cut Parts Our line of walnut scale planes are so chock full of quality features, that building has once again become part of the fun.

Balsa wood model, beautifully detailed replica.
Wingspan 17-1/2"