B-17G Flying Fortress DIGITAL INSTRUCTIONS
For those of you that may not be as familiar with the Lego community as others, this is a digital file. Nothing physical will be sent. You will need to order brick to complete this build. The ''cost of brick estimate'' may change from the time from when the estimate was made.
How do you get a B-17 Flying Fortress into your home or office? In a Plane Bricks box of course! Introducing the B-17G Flying Fortress, designed and built by our Master Builder Jonah Padberg, this historically accurate B-17 kit made with genuine LEGO® parts, will make your home or office "the bomb!" Plus, did you know we offer customization so that you can make your B-17 look like you want it to? It is a bit extra in price and restrictions do apply, but where else can you get that?
The first B-17 took off in 1935 from Boeing field in Seattle, Washington. Seattle Times reporter, Richard Smith dubbed it the Flying Fortress and Boeing made sure the name stuck. The B-17 went from design board to flight test in less than a year! It served the U.S. Army during WWII as 12,726 were made. American Commander in Europe, General Carl Spaatz said, "without the B-17, we may have lost the war."
Difficulty level: Expert (Level 4 of 5)
Cost of brick estimate: $300-$500
- Functioning air brakes, ailerons, elevators, and rudder.
- Opening bomb bay doors
- Opening tail door
- Opening doors leading to the cat walk
- Retractable landing gear
- Fully detailed interior
- Built to Minifigure scale (1/38 scale)
- Functioning props
- Length 25'' 1/2''
- Width 31'' 1/2''
- Height 8''
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