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1:32 Scale. 16 1/2 wing span. These easy building kits contain die-cut balsa parts, plastic cowls and canopies, decals, plastic prop, wheels, tissue and a 24-page model building booklet. For ages 10 and up. The Supermarine Spitfire was Britains most successful fighter of the second World War. The creation of designer, Reginald J. Mitchell, its original development started in 1925, which resulted in the famous Schneider Trophy contest racers. Eventually, it was developed into a fighter that sustained British hopes during the darkest hours of the Battle of Britain. The prototype Spitfire fighter was first tested on March 5, 1936 and in June of the same year was first placed in production. The Spitfires were in the forefront of the fighting on every front, and in every major action fought by the R.A.F. No combat fighter is more deserving of its legendary reputation the one truly immortal warplane to emerge from World War 2
Scale: 1/16 Wing Span: 28. This is a Balsa-Wood Model kit. The majority of U.S. pilots of World War 2 received their primary flight training in the famous Stearman Trainer. This excellent 2-place biplane was known as the PT-17 when delivered to Army flight training centers. The Navy designations were N2S-1 and N2S-4. Nearly 3,000 were built in the 1940-43 period and, in the post war era and up to modern times, the Stearman Trainer has been successfully used as a stunt plane and crop duster. Skill level 2-3
Guillow Stunt Flyer Rubber-Powered Free-Flight Kit This is a Guillow Stunt Flyer Rubber-Powered Free-Flight Kit. The Stunt Flyer is fashioned after aerobatic aircraft which are designed to be as close to ideal for aerobatics as possible, focusing on maneuverability, allowing them to do fantastic stunts. The kit contains laser cut balsa parts, plastic propeller
Easy To Build Scale Flying Models Sleek rubber powered models for indoor or outdoor flying. Built light, they are great flyers with ample wing areas and effective rubber motor/propeller combinations. Kits contain top quality balsa, plastic nose cowls, canopies and insignia. For ages 10 and up.
1:32 Scale. 16 1/2 wing span. These easy building kits contain die-cut balsa parts, plastic cowls and canopies, decals, plastic prop, wheels, tissue and a 24-page model building booklet. For ages 10 and up. The Grumman TBF initial production order for 286 planes was placed in the latter part of 1940 and, between 1942 and the end of the 1943, 2, 293 Avenger were built and delivered to the U.S. Navy. It became the Navy standard torpedo-bomber of World War 2 and first saw action on June 4, 1942, at the historic Battle of midway. Used right up to 1954, Avenger also saw service with the Royal Navy, Canadian Royal Navy and the French Aeronavale.
1/14 scale. This kit has a wingspan of 24. Now with LASER CUT BALSA PARTS !!! Outstanding among American aircraft produced during World War 1, the Thomas Morse Scout filled the gap between the Curtiss primary trainers and the French scout planes that American pilots were to fly in France. More than 550 planes were delivered to the signal Corps during 1917 and 1918. Skill level 2
Guillow U.S. Warhawk Rubber-Powered Free-Flight Kit This is a Guillow U.S. Warhawk Rubber-Powered Free-Flight Kit.