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This product was added to our database on Thursday 22 March 2018.
Category Aircraft Models, Subcategory 1:200 Hobby Master, Scale 1 : 200, ISBN/Box HL9020, Publisher/Brand Hobbymaster
1/200 scale die-cast metal with minimal use of plastic.
All markings are tampo (pad) applied, no decals to discolor or flake.
Most models have rolling wheels.
Landing gear can be removed or added.
Model comes with a display stand.
A brief history of the aircraft type and the airline is supplied with each model.
In response to the Douglas DC-4 Lockheed developed the Constellation. As more powerful
engines were developed the Constellation was stretched 21 feet and improvements made
resulting in the L-1049G Super Constellation. The development of the L-1049G improved
range with the addition of wing-tip tanks. The more powerful engines made it necessary to
use large propellers that required the aircraft to sit quite high off the ground. A triple tail was
developed because the size of a single tail would have been too large to fit in any hangar.
Manufactured in 1954 as 54-0156 a C-121C 54-156 c/n 1049F-4175 was delivered in
November 1955 to the MATS Atlantic Division. From 1962 until 1972 54-0156 was assigned
to ANGs and then retired. In 1973 the aircraft became an agricultural sprayer registered as
N73544. After several sales it was leased by the Constellation Historical Society and the
Super Constellation Flyers Association (SCFA) in 2003. In 2004 the aircraft was flown to
Switzerland and in 2007 the group purchased the aircraft, registered it as HB-RSC based in
Switzerland participating in air shows.
Specifications for the 3 Lockheed L-1049 variants
First Flight July 14, 1951
Production 564 for commercial airlines and military
Crew 4 Cockpit Crew, 4 Flight Attendants
Standard Seating 95 passengers
Powerplant 4 x Wright R-3350-DA3 Turbo Compound 18-cylinder super-charged air-
cooled radial engines producing 3,250 hp (2,424 kW) per engine
L-1049C 6,550 US gallons
L-1049G & H 7,750 US gallons w/tip tanks
L-1049C w/ maximum fuel load 4 engines / 432 gph (108 gph /engine)
L-1049G w/ maximum fuel load 4 engines / 500 gph (125 gph /engine)
L-1049H w/ maximum fuel load 4 engines / 696 gph (174 gph /engine)
Maximum Cruising Speed
L-1049C - 347 mph (302 kts)
L-1049G & H 366 mph (318 kts)
Normal Cruising Speed
L-1049C 314 mph (273 kts)
L-1049G & H 311 mph (270 kts)
L-1049C 23,200 ft
L-1049G & H 22,800 ft
L-1049C 4,760 miles w/maximum fuel
L-1049C 2,880 miles w/maximum payload
L-1049G 4,815 miles w/maximum fuel
L-1049G 4,165 miles w/maximum payload
L-1049H 3,463 miles w/maximum fuel
L-1049H 1,890 miles w/maximum payload
L-1049C 70,083 lbs
L-1049G 73,016 lbs
L-1049H 69,326 lbs
Maximum Take Off
L-1049C 133,000 lbs
L-1049G & H 137,500 lbs
L-1049C 113 ft 7 in
L-1049G & H 116 ft 2 in
L-1049C 123 ft
L-1049G & H 123 ft 5 in
L-1049C & G & H 24 ft 9.4 in
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