Lockheed L-188 Electra Pacific Southwest Airlines N6130A
Pacific Southwest Airlines PSA L-188 Electra 1/200
L-188 Electra 1/200 Die Cast Model
Twice as large as a standard die cast airliner, this 1/200 scale Hobby Master model of a Lockheed L-188 Electra flown by Pacific Southwest Airlines in the mid- to late-1970s (the aircraft was originally flown by American Airlines in the 1960s as "Flagship San Francisco") features simulated cockpit and cabin windows, rotating propellers, separately applied plastic detail parts, optional-position landing gear, and a precisely replicated PSA livery. Measures 6½" long with a 6" wingspan and includes a display stand.