Phoenix, AZ, December 20, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Graeme Warring, CEO of TMC Pacific Modelworks, has announced the company has launched a new line of handcrafted scale historic models. The product offering ranges from the dawn of aviation with the Wright Flyer up to current times. Working from a three dimensional drawing, each model is hand carved from a block of kiln-dried wood and mounted on a mahogany based chrome pedestal. Through extensive research, each model is constructed and hand-painted to accurately portray its place in history.
“Unlike books, which can sit on a shelf until someone picks them up, our models offer history buffs accurately designed three-dimensional works of art that can be enjoyed at all times,” said Warring. “We have a reputation for providing the finest quality models available, and we have endorsements from former military officials and leaders vouching for the models’ authenticity.”
About TMC Pacific Modelworks:
Since its inception in 1988, TMC Pacific Modelworks, located in Scottsdale, Arizona, has been producing the world’s finest handcrafted, museum-quality military, civilian and airline display models. The current product line consists of airplanes, helicopters, ships, boats, sailboats, space shuttles and the newly launched maritime line. With more than 1,000 different models from which to choose, the collection includes a selection of private aircraft and airlines, as well as models from the World War I, World War II, Korean, Vietnam, and Persian Gulf eras. High-level workmanship, combined with the inherent appeal of the airplanes, make these aero-sculptures true works of art — all aircraft and paint schemes were selected for historical significance and authenticity. For more information, please call 800-950-9944 or visit the Web site at http://www.warplanes.com.
Rhonda Moret, President