1:350 AC-47 Spooky
The Douglas AC-47 Spooky (AKA "Puff, the Magic Dragon") was the first in a series of gunships developed by the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. With three 7.62mm General Electric mini-guns mounted to fire through two rear window openings and the side cargo door on the left (pilot's) side of the aircraft, Spooky's primary function was close air support for ground troops. This 1:350 Scale in-flight model of Spooky includes three mini-gun bodies inside the airframe and spinning propellers. The model was designed to be suspended on a one sixteenth inch rod as if in flight, and so a hole has been incorporated into the underside of the fuselage to accommodate the rod.