Octavo, paperbound (stiff, full-color illustrated blue wrappers), 159 pp. Near-Fine, with tidy former-owner bookplate. From lower cover: The DC-3--an epic story of the great workhorse of three major wars, and the most widely used transport aircraft of all time. The Dakota has seen service not only in the Second World War, but also in Korea and Vietnam. Since it first flew in 1935, it has been in service with air forces and civil airlines throughout the world, with no significant design changes; some 3, 000 are still flying today, including Russian and Japanese built aircraft.
Fair. 0345245237 YOUR PURCHASE BENEFITS THOSE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES TO LIVE A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE. Covers have wear/tear/stians, pages are tanning, book has wear, Wear/tear on corners and edges.
Very Good- 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 160 pages. Solid with a crease on the spine, light reading creases along the spine on the front cover, two small creases on the right edge of the front cover, and the covers show light wear. Ballantine's Illustrated History of the Violent Century, weapons book No. 44.
Fair. 0345245237 Softcover. Cover is worn with small chip on spine. Some markings, but text is clean. Binding is tight. Not ex-library. Acceptable reading copy. USPS tracking number provided for U.S. orders.
Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 0345245237. 160 pages, well illustrated, pictorial wrappers, very good. Stated 1st printing. From the introduction: "Arthur Pearcy in his new book, "DC-3 Dakota" has combined scholarship, style, and an abiding love for aviation to write the story of an airplane that captured the world's heart."; 8 X 5.20 X 0.50 inches; 159 pages.
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