Hawksky or Easyhawk (no rudder).
fly it, crash it, repair it.
It's tough and usually easy to repair with various glues/tape.
With the high pod motor, nose dives into the tarmac is not a big deal.
I now use mine as an Rx test bed and aerial video platform.
I'd normally recommend Nitroplanes
but at time of post,they are out of stock.
Grayson Hobby even has them OOS.
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