The Avro Model 621 was designed by Roy Chadwick as an Avro private venture metal replacement for the Avro 504. Conceived as a light initial pilot trainer, the biplane design featured heavily staggered equal-span, single-bay wings; the construction was based on steel tubing (with some wooden components in the wing ribs) with doped linen covering. A conventional, fixed divided main undercarriage with tailskid was used in all but the latest aircraft, which had a tailwheel. Known for its good handling, the type was often featured at air shows. Over 200 Avro Tutors and five Sea Tutors remained in RAF service at the beginning of the Second World War.
This magnificent model is a limited edition and collectors item. It is Hand welded and hand painted for a more accurate vintage look. No doubt thus plane would be a hero piece in any nursery, room or man cave.
Measures: 94L x 96.5W x 44H cm
Material: Metal tin
Note: This item is handmade and measurements may vary slightly from actual.
NOT A TOY