|Dec 11, 2007, 09:56 PM|
Lets see: 42" long, 57" span, meant for .19 to .40 engines, wt. 4 lbs. Instructions dated 1976. Minus motor mount, landing gear, hardware pkg. Includes spinner. It's the classic high-wing trainer.
Here's the Mk 2; it's almost the same, but a couple inches longer and a different shaped rudder.
|Dec 12, 2007, 07:23 AM|
Beaver Falls, PA
Joined Apr 2004
Trader Rating: 26
The MK I also was a three channel airplane and the MK II was a four channel. I had both when I was a kid and getting into this hobby,
If I was feeling nostalgic I would buy it and add the ailerons....a really nice flying plane. Hope it sells for you.
|Dec 12, 2007, 07:25 PM|
Yeah, somebody oughta be flying it, I don't have the time to build it, and I"m sure there are plenty of folk with enough junkbox spares to complete it.
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