Bronze Code: 319
$102
Height: 6.3 In
Width: 4.5 In
Weight: 2.2 LBs

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In the world of aviation and heroic trials, the name Valery Pavlovich Chkalov resonates with powerful prestige. Earning the titles of a test pilot and Hero of the Soviet Union, Chkalov was indeed a legend of his time. Not only did he command the crew of the aircraft that achieved the first non-stop flight across the North Pole from Moscow to Vancouver, but he also inspired countless people with his acts of bravery and dedication to his craft.

An exclusive release, created on the 80th anniversary of Chkalov's birth, this highly coveted model of 1984 by MZHL is a wonderfully intricate celebration of this exceptional test pilot's journey and achievements. It's a tribute to Chkalov's unshrinking courage and incredible exploits in the annals of global aviation history. Crafted with exacting detail and immense respect for the historical background it represents, this model emulates the essence of Chkalov's unique story and captures the spirit of his remarkable journey across the North Pole.

The author, known by initials MZHL, expertly merges artistic creativity with historical authenticity resulting in a finely detailed collectible model. Infusing the model with Chkalov's iconic aura has truly set this piece apart, making it a must-have for any aviation enthusiast or fan of Chkalov's incredible tale. It's an ideal gift for pilots who admire Chkalov's legacy and a perfect gift for anyone named Valeria, bearing a symbolic connection to Chkalov's moniker.

This tastefully designed MZHL model, being released in 1984 for an 80th-anniversary commemoration, caters to the passion of aviation lovers and bidding collectors alike. Due to its rich backstory and the rarity of such a model, it carries a desirable status among collectibles, promising a great addition to your collection. An ensemble of history, artistry, and excellence, this MZHL model indeed, holds a unique place in honoring Valery Pavlovich Chkalov's remarkable journey to being a Hero of the Soviet Union.