Curtiss Wright CW-1 "Junior"
The CW-1 was Curtiss Wright's attempt to enter the light plane market in 1930. It's claim to fame was a price tag of only $1500. It was well liked by it's owners because it was very stable and easy to fly. It was even popular for coyote hunting in the west because of the great view from the front seat and its ability to fly low and slow. Over 400 were produced but the program fell victim to the depression of the '30's.
If I may add, it has a great sound file.
This plane is equipped with full moving parts including doors, cowling, control sticks, working suspension, stearable tailwheel, working rudder pedals, and even flip down landing lights.
The Micro is a fictional single-seat aircraft, available in multiple configurations. The fifth is as a twin engine jet with monster truck tires. The model is fully animated, including a moving canopy, controls, and thrust reversers. Also includes a full working virtual cockpit and reflective textures.
Wile E. Coyote, from the Warner Brothers television series Looney Tunes, riding on his ACME-built rocket/firecracker. The model is fully animated, including moving elevons and controls. It features a custom panel, a 3D cockpit, and uses reflective textures.
The fictional T03 is a huge passenger aircraft. More than 350 feet tall, it towers above other planes, and is taller than the terminals at most airports. Smaller planes like the AI Cessnas and Mooneys will sometimes taxi right underneath it.
The starship Enterprise from the television series "Star Trek:The Next Generation," which ran from 1987 until 1994.
Length: 176 ft
Width: 116 ft
Height: 64 ft
Maximum Speed: 320 KIAS
Service Ceiling: 30,000 ft