About Wright Flyer
The Wright Flyer was the first successful heavier-than-air powered aircraft. Designed and built by the Wright brothers, they flew it four times on December 17, 1903, near Kill Devil Hills, about four miles. The Wrights built the aircraft in 1903 using giant spruce wood as their construction material. The wings were designed with a 1-in-20 camber. Since they could not find a suitable automobile engine for the task, they commissioned their employee Charlie Taylor to build a new design from scratch, a lightweight 12-horsepower gasoline engine.
Create A Classic
We restore as much of the original model, the process of assembling the 3D puzzle airplane model by yourself just like you are making a Real airplane model, and you will be familiar with each part of the plane during the woodworking—a delightful time to build the aircraft model kit. You will enjoy the process, enhance your hands-on ability, patience, and attention, and the immense sense of achievement after you finish your 3D puzzle and share it with your cycle of friends.