RTS 6G4 WATKINS GLEN DUNLOP FLYING BRIDGE
The Dunlop Flying Bridge was a fixture at the start/finish line for more than 40 years, but the iconic structure was taken down in 2006. It was later found in a storage barn and returned near to its original position inside what in now Turn 2.
Available in its original Dunlop version or as the Modern version with the Canopy roof!
The size of the RTS 6G4 WATKINS GLEN DUNLOP FLYING BRIDGE is
1/32 70mm wide, 215mm long, 190 mm tall
1/43 53mm wide, 161mm king, 142 mm tall
1/64 35 mm wide, 108mm long, 95mm tall
Our products are available in 3 Scales: 1:32 1:43 and 1:64
They are made from Super Refined MDF or Basswood.
The come in laser cut sheets and are easy to assemble requiring only Glue (CA, PVA or Wood Glue. The can be finished with Paint or Stain.
Artwork is laser printed on quality card-stock and any complex shapes are precut for you. ***Note we use a laser to cut the artwork which may leave a very realistic racetrack residue!
1/32 and 1/64 Scale kits ship within 2-3 business days.
1/43 Kits ship in 4-5 Business Days.
Finshed Models May require up to 10 Days to finish. If you order a finished model I may call or email to discuss colors ect.. There is a comment or note box @ check out. please list any requests there..
Warranty & Spare Parts & Return Policy..
Satisfaction is our goal..
We will replace damaged or defective kits free of charge.
There are no refunds without return of product.
Racetrack Scenics is a company located in North Carolina. All of our products are manufactured in the USA.
The Watkins Glen road course was first used for races in 1948, and the Dunlop Bridge was added to the track in 1952. The bridge was an important part of the track's layout and provided a challenging turn for drivers, requiring precise driving and strong brakes. The Watkins Glen road course was used for several major motorsports events, including the United States Grand Prix, and was widely considered one of the best road courses in the world.
In the 1960s and 1970s, the Watkins Glen road course was the site of some of the most memorable races in motorsports history, and the Dunlop Bridge was an integral part of the track's character and charm. The bridge remains an important part of the track today and continues to be a favorite among drivers and fans alike.
Today, Watkins Glen International is one of the premier racetracks in the United States and hosts a variety of motorsports events, including NASCAR and IndyCar races. The Dunlop Bridge remains a recognizable and beloved part of the track's layout and is an important part of the history and heritage of motorsports in the United States.