This is a framed 4" X 6" print of a painting of a Boeing 80A-1, the "City of Auburn". Built in the late 1920's, the first Model 80 flew in August 1928. The 18-passenger 80A (re-designated 80A-1s when the tail surfaces were modified in 1930) stayed in service until 1934, when they were replaced by the all-metal Boeing Model 247. Boeing Air Transport was later named United Airlines. The painting is detailed and portrays this important civilian aircraft. The wooden gray colored frame measures 6.5" X 8.5" and has a routered piece for hanging. A mounting screw and a dowel for displaying the frame on a shelf or desk is included.
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