The Curtiss JN "Jenny" was a series of biplanes built by the Curtiss Aeroplane Company beginning in 1915. Although the Curtiss JN series was originally produced as a training aircraft for the US Army, the "Jenny" (the common nickname derived from "JN") continued after World War I as a civil aircraft, and it became the backbone of American postwar civil aviation. Many Jenny's have been restored and are on display in air museums all across the nation, including the Air Zoo.
1:48 Scale. Features two Pilots with ground crewman and dolly, detailed engine, cockpit and landing gear. Two decal options including scheme from the Aurora Barnstormers. Ages 14 & up.