|Jun 15, 2012, 12:14 PM|
United States, FL, Sarasota
Joined Feb 2005
Trader Rating: 153
PA25 Pawnee 96"-Tow Plane or Banner Tow
Piper PA 25 Pawnee Crop Duster. Let me know if you wan this ARF for $399plus shipping. send me your zip code and I can send you the shipping cost for UPS to your front door.
It has all wood construction of plywood and balsa, Pre-Covered in real iron on film & Fiberglass cowl already painted. All hardware is included. It has removable wings and hatch. High quality Carbon Fiber wing tubes included in this ARF!
This is a 97" Piper PA-25 with its agricultural roots is a great flying aircraft with lots of scale potential! With its utilitarian looks and rugged appeal, the plane is great as a glider or banner tug.
The laser cut plywood and Balsa construction throughout replicates the build lines. Parts fit, quality fiberglass parts, quality covering, complete hardware package and a detailed manual. appealing!
Wing Span: 96.4" (2449mm)
Length: 66.7" (1694mm)
Wing area: 9.4 sq. ft. (87.1 sq. dm.)
Wing Loading: 23.3oz/sq.ft. (71.2g/sq.dm.)
Flying Weight: 13.6 lbs. (6.2kg) *Weight Information
Radio: 6 ch & 8 servos
Gas Engine: 30cc-40cc engine or electric.
Cowl Measurements 8 1/2"X7"X6 1/4"
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