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KK Competitor

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The KK Competitor was a Bill Dean, true classic rubber powered, cabin duration model, with beautiful lines. The Competitor was on sale from the early 1950s as a result of it's superb flying performance, aided by it's polyhedral wing. Our replica has straightforward construction, featuring quality, precision laser cut parts, for accurate and speedy construction and makes a great first model. Highly recommended down the years. This kit is an ideal candidate for experienced builders to modify to take lightweight electric motor and 3 channel R/C equipment. FULL KIT CONTAINS Laser cut parts Plotted plan Tissue Wheels Wire Rubber Motor Strip wood

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