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Attractive semi-scale cabin model for general sport flying with engines around 1cc.
Has a reputation for being very tough.
Laser cut parts
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.
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A very well produced replica of the 1950's 1cc FF favourite. These aircraft offer an easy conversion to Electric Flight, keeping the simplicity of free flight or more easy mods to convert to simple mini RC. Very good survivability and used to be known as 'flying bricks when i built my first one back in the early 60's. Not for complete beginners ass fair amount of inginuity is needed to build and trim this into a good flyer. You have to redesign the landing gear as the original parts are no longer available (but can be made out of nylon number plate bolts). There are a coupleof errors in the lasercut parts - an identity error (Read F6 for F5 on 1/16th sheet #2) and stack the wing ribs when popped out and check spars alignment. A great kit to build and fun to fly, very good quality of sheet and quadrant stock.