1917 Boeing Model C Fuselage
Museum of Flight
One of the earliest designs by the fledgling Boeing Aircraft Company, the Model C was designed to be a primary trainer on floats. There are none left in existence. We were contracted by the Museum of Flight in Seattle, WA to build an exact replica of the fuselage of a Boeing Model C for a new exhibit in the Red Barn. The replica fuselage was constructed using original Boeing Airplane Co. drawings provided by the Boeing archive department in Seattle.