In the shop right now is a project involving a 60K Tunner scale model. KiiwMill has built one in the past and is being asked to make another. Utilizing the shop of one of our associates, CLAD Industries, sheet metal is being formed for some of the parts of this aircraft loader.
The loader is named in honor of William Henry Tunner (1906-1983), Lieutenant General in the United States Air Force. Known for his expertise in large-scale airlift operations such as the Berlin Airlift, his name was chosen for this piece of equipment in a 1997 industry naming contest.
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Hi, i see you very detailed 60k Tunner, i am inquiring as to how much one cost, as i drive one of these for a living.
That is cool that you drive one! We are currently designing a method of making small scale production models of the 60K Tunner at a price that would be more accessable to the general public than a custom one-off. I could let you know when that happens or you can check back on our website for the news. http://www.kiwimill.com
I too drive one for a living, would love to acquire a model for training, etc. Please let us know if a production scale model becomes available.
We will let you know both here and on our website. Thanks for your interest.