Canadair Regional Jet 100 (CRJ-2100) – medium-haul passenger aircraft for local airlines. The aircraft was based on the Canadair Challenger design. It was purchased by Canadair from Bill Lear in 1976. The CL-600 design was stretched 19 feet 5 inches ( 5.92 meters) to create the CRJ100, with fuselage plugs fore and aft of the wing, plus a reinforced and modified wing two more emergency exit doors. CRJ-200 pioneered the new 50 seat jet class, and has since become a runaway sales success.
Scale plastic model assembly kit. Kit contains injection molded plastic parts, resin parts, photo etched, decals ( 4 color schemes) and masks for window and windscreen. The model was developed using 3D CAD technology. Paint and glue are not included. Recommended for experienced model over 14 years of age.
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