Impressive vintage engineering model of a Saturn V rocket designed by the Graphic Engineering and Models Division at NASA's George C. Marshall Space Center. The model stands approximately 47" tall and features the rocket's first three stages and uppermost payload section, with window for viewing small lunar module, and the escape tower. The capsule is set upon an 8.25 x 8.25 wooden base with affixed plate and small figurine. In very good condition, with expected wear from use and storage, such as scuffing and soiling to exterior; wear and chipping to paint; and considerable cracking to payload section window; portions of model appear to have been custom fixed. In spite of its flaws, this prodigious Saturn V model remains a truly remarkable extension to the halcyon days of space travel and education.
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