|Apr 11, 2013, 06:35 PM|
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de Havilland DHC-3 Otter, 1/4 scale Unionville kit
The classic Canadian workhorse. 96" wingspan. 13 to 15 pounds.
Long out of production. Unionville kit.
Floats pictured, but not included in package.
"The DeHavilland Otter is another aircraft which has made its mark on Canadian aviation. This 8' version is crafted direct from DeHavilland plans and all dimensions are true scale. Builder may opt for no flaps, standard flaps or standard flaps with "fore-flaps" where the entire trailing edge is flapped with standard flaps and ailerons attached outboard of this. Operated with a retract servo."
Many of what would be difficult balsa building sequences are ABS plastic, thus lightening the assembly's tasks and plane weight -- like that piece above the empennage that flares over the fuse and into the fin, wing tips (wing and stab), whatnot else. It's complicated, ppl! Fully formed windscreen and windows.
Massive plans. This is a an experienced builder's kit -- the instructions carry no photos, just sketches here and there. But the text is not handwritten! Seems it was composed on a Remington!
CAD$300, complete, new in two boxes. Please issue to me a grammatically correct pm for actual shipping costs. I am also able to ship from northern North Dakota.
Last edited by jbraun; Apr 12, 2013 at 02:23 PM.
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