Veron Harvard - 21" Replica Balsa Kit

Veron Harvard - 21" Replica Balsa Kit

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This kit is undergoing a review of its laser-cut parts and should be available again soon

This North American Aviation Harvard model aircraft kit is made to order in the UK using top quality materials and precision laser-cutting. Part of the Veron Tru-Flite range that featured realistic appearance and excellent flying qualities together with simple construction. An ideal introduction to the world of rubber powered balsa wood kits. FULL KIT CONTAINS Plotted plans Precision laser-cut parts Stripwood balsa Wheels Wire Quality tissue covering Propeller Prop shaft Rubber motor Motor peg See this Harvard model in flight at the 2014 BMFA Indoor Scale Nationals Kit Scale competition: Model built and flown by Andrew Darby

INCLUDED IN YOUR KIT

This is a basic list of kit contents that will be updated with a more detailed list soon.

  • Plotted plan
  • Laser cut parts
  • Tissue covering
  • PVA Glue

Only Suitable For Ages 14+

Choking Hazard - Contains small parts, keep out of reach of children.

UK SHIPPING

Most orders are shipped via Royal Mail’s Tracked 48 service.

For larger or heavier orders, we use UKMail/DHL to deliver your package on a Next Working Day service.

Shipping is free to UK Mainland addresses for orders over £30.00, otherwise we charge £6.00 for Royal Mail Tracked 48 parcels and £12.00 for UKMail/DHL Nest Working Day.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING

Smaller items

Items that fit within Royal Mail International Tracked Medium Parcel parameters (59cm x 17cm x 15cm weighing less than 2kg) can be sent to most countries outside the UK.

For example up to 3 of our smaller 18” wingspan kits can fit into one of these parcels.

A parcel like this currently costs around £14 to Europe and around £18 to send to the USA and will take up to 3 weeks to arrive. This is because Royal Mail hands over the parcel to the local Post Office service for your country who have to clear it through customs and then deliver it to you.

The Royal Mail tracking code also transfers over to the tracking for your country’s postal service.

Larger items

For items that do not fit within Royal Mail International Tracked Medium Parcel parameters, we use standard international couriers such as DHL, FedEx and UPS.

These companies use something called volumetric weights to calculate the cost of shipping.

For example, a Balsa Basics RC bundle kit that measures 102cm x 34cm x 16cm and weighs 2.5 kg is actually calculated at 14kg!

This makes these very expensive to send outside the UK - a large kit can cost nearly £40 to send to France.

PRODUCT REVIEWS

Bob Powell

I haven't finished building this kit yet as I encountered some issues that I though must be down to me, then I thought 'read the reviews and see if other customers had commented', and they had. I agree totally with the other 2 reviews and would of thought that by now someone at Vintage Model Company would have tried to build this kit and understand the frustrations identified by their customers. I intended to try to convert to electric 3 channel R/C but now have my doubts as to what other issues I will have to overcome.

John Marshall

I have bought a number of model aircraft kits from Vintage Model Co. but this has not been a good one. I read with interest the comments made by Philip back in March 2016 as I have had the same problems exactly. I thought that by now Vintage would have put the faults to right as stated in their reply. As a pensioner, I take great delight in building these models, but why o why are the instructions provided on a photocopied sheet of DIN A4. My sight is not what it used to be and I can only read the very small print with the aid of a magnifying glass. Come on Vintage! Think about your vintage customers.

Philip Rayner

After building a Sparrowhawk for my Grandson, my family bought me the Harvard kit for my 65th, my second model in 50 years, and first ever flying scale type. To dispose of the faults first - I'm guessing you inherited some original Veron errors. Three of the ribs are oversized (easy enough to cut down) and one of the keel pieces is duplicated. Secondly, the wing centre section as built on the plan does entirely correlate to the outer panels, and needed some fiddling. Otherwise the bundle of strip wood was generally OK, but the 1/16" stringers were of variable hardness and section, two tapering down to virtually nothing. I cut two lengths from the edge of one of the sheets to complete. Finally, the two strips for the main spar gave adequate length in total, but not enough to make the spar for the centre section in one piece, needing a join and a doubler. But, otherwise fine. The cutting of the formers was most impressive, allowing a very accurate fuselage build and despite the small problems a fine kit indeed. The large motor space of the Harvard encouraged me to convert to electric (KP01), modifying the nose pieces with 1/16" ply to carry the motor, and the wing centre section to carry the ESC and battery. Finally I covered with yellow and black Esaki, to match FE905, the Harvard in the collection at Hendon. Well done Vintage, I think you are doing a great job.

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