|Fokker Eindecker E.III 1/12 Balsa Kit |
The E.III, the primary variant of the Fokker Eindecker monoplane, entered service with the Luftstreitkrafte in December of 1915 during the First World War and contributed to the period of German air superiority known as the "Fokker Scourge." A beautiful rendition of that WWI aircraft, this 1/12 scale kit features more than 90 laser-cut, hand-selected balsa parts; vacuum-molded parts, including a 9-inch prop; lightweight colored tissue; color peel-and-stick decals; FAI-approved rubber; full-size plans; step-by-step instructions; and more. For display or rubber-powered flight. 30" wingspan when assembled.
|Stearman N2S-3 Kaydet 1/48 Die Cast Model|
Recall Aircraft 310
More than 9,750 Model 75 Stearman biplane trainers were built by Boeing during the 1930s and '40s, serving throughout World War II and beyond.
Distinctively painted "Recall" planes, wearing bright eye-catching schemes, were used at WWII Navy training bases to "recall" training aircraft, which did not have radios, to return to base. This 1/48 scale, die cast Hobby Master model of one such plane features open tandem cockpits with clear windscreens, flight controls, and a removable pilot figure; wings with simulated fabric covering, visible ribs, and real wire rigging; a detailed Continental R-680-17 radial engine with a rotating propeller; prototypically canted landing gear; and authentic markings. Measures approximately 6" long with an 8" wingspan and arrives ready to display on the included stand.
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