A beautifully detailed model of a Fokker Super Universal. The real G-CASK was registered to Western Canada Airways Ltd. and flown by famed bush pilots Punch Dickins and Walter Gilbert. The first to fly the entire length of the Mackenzie River and over the north magnetic pole, G-CASK was Canada’s most famous airplane of the 1920s.
Regrettably, in 1933, G-CASK perished burned up in a refueling accident at Fort MacMurray, Alberta.
This model immortalizes this history-making airplane for future generations to enjoy.
Accession # 2017-M0745
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