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P-51 DAGO RED (ARF)

Dago Red is a North American P-51 Mustang (44-74996), restored as a competitive air racer by Frank Taylor in 1981. Dago Red holds several world records, including the 15 km (517.323 mph) set in 1983. Frank Taylor piloted the plane to most of its world records in the 1980s.
$32.30

P-51 VOODOO (ARF)

Voodoo is a highly modified North American P-51 Mustang that was the 2013, 2014 and 2016[1] Unlimited-class champion of the Reno Air Races. The pilot for these wins was Steven Hinton, Jr. of Chino, California.
$32.30

BF 109 MESSERSCHMITT (ARF)

The Messerschmitt Bf 109, was a German World War II fighter aircraft that was the backbone of the Luftwaffe's fighter force. The Bf 109 first saw operational service during the Spanish Civil War (1939) and was still in service at the dawn of the jet age at the end of World War II (1945).
$25.60

CAP 232 MAX (ARF)

The successful CAP series of aerobatic aircraft dates back to the Piel CP-30 Emeraude of the early 1960s. Claude Piel designed the two seat Emeraude in France in the early 1960s for kit builders, but more than 200 were built in four different factories across Europe.
$25.60

CAP 232 XS (ARF)

The successful CAP series of aerobatic aircraft dates back to the Piel CP-30 Emeraude of the early 1960s. Claude Piel designed the two seat Emeraude in France in the early 1960s
$25.60

EXTRA 300 (ARF)

Design of the Extra 300 was based on the Extra 230, an early 1980s monoplane having a wing made of wood
$25.60

EXTRA 300XS (ARF)

The Extra 330SX was a custom development of the 300S with a wider-chord rudder, a larger elevator, and a more powerful Lycoming AEIO-580 powerplant producing 330 hp (250 kW). Some 300Ss were sold with the "bigger tail" of the 330SX. The 330SX was later replaced by the 330SC.
$25.60

SUKHOI SU-26 (ARF)

The Sukhoi Su-26 is a single-seater aerobatics plane from the former Soviet Union, powered by a single radial reciprocating engine.
$25.60

SUKHOI SU-31 (ARF)

The Sukhoi Su-31 is a Russian single-engined aerobatic aircraft designed by Sukhoi as a lighter and more powerful version of the Sukhoi Su-29.
$25.60

J3 CUB 2000 Balsa (ARF) 80" WINGSPAN

The Piper Cub, one of the most popular and influential light aircraft ever manufactured, remains a term synonymous with general aviation in the United States—more than 80 years after its introduction. The name “Cub” is commonly used to describe a number of aircraft models—most notably the Piper J-2 and J-3.
$160.00

KITFOX 62" WINGSPAN BALSA (ARF) 700-1000 Watts

The Kitfox is a series of small side-by-side two-seat high-wing kit aircraft, designed and originally manufactured by Dan Denney and his company Denney Aerocraft of Boise, Idaho.
$100.96

Cap 232 .61 - .75 2-stroke 64" Wingspan Balsa (ARF)

The CAP 230 was primarily developed in 1985 for the French Air Force.
$117.30

Cessna 182 Skylane 63.5" Wingspan (ARF)

The Cessna 182 Skylane is an American four-seat, single-engined light airplane, built by Cessna of Wichita, Kansas. It has the option of adding two child seats, installed in the baggage area.
$117.30

CESSNA L-19 BIRDDOG ARMY EP Balsa (ARF)

The Cessna L-19 Birddog was developed in 1950 from the Cessna 170 4-place, civilian light aircraft
$0.00

DO 27 EP 42.5" Wingspan (ARF)

Dorniers facilities in Spain designed the Do 25, to a Spanish military requirement for a light utility aircraft, as a precursor to the production Do 27. Powered by a single 110 kilowatts (150 hp) ENMA Tigre G.V engine, the Do 25 was not selected for production.
$59.99

T 34-C TURBO MENTOR .40-.53 63" Wingspan Balsa (ARF)

The Beechcraft T-34 Mentor is an American propeller-driven, single-engined, military trainer aircraft derived from the Beechcraft Model 35 Bonanza.
$112.99

VMAR BULLDOG SK-61 RAF Balsa (ARF) SIZE .46-.61

The Bulldog is a 2 or 3-seat side-by-side training aircraft designed by Beagle Aircraft and after the demise of the company was built by Scottish Avia
$100.30

VMAR DHC-6 TWIN OTTER Balsa (ARF) SIZE 250-400 WATTS, 62"

In 1965 de Havilland Canada developed the DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft – a high winged, un-pressurized twin engine turbine powered aircraft with fixed tricycle land gear.
$162.99

VMAR DISCOVERY Balsa (ARF) SIZE .40-.46, 650-850 WATTS

A number of features not available on most other trainers. Great quality Specifically designed to make learning to fly simple and fast learning
$75.00

VMAR DORNIER DO 335 PFEIL Balsa (ARROW) (ARF)

The Dornier Do 335 Pfeil ("Arrow") was a World War II heavy fighter built by the Dornier company. The two-seater trainer version was also called Ameisenbär ("anteater").
$99.99

VMAR FAMOUS JON JOHANSON VAN'S RV-4 Balsa (ARF) SIZE .46-60, 650-850 WATTS

This RV4 is for remembering RV4 used by Jon Johanson for his Race : famous Millenium 2000 the fastest Round the World Solo flight. Speed Lover plane
$100.96

VMAR FOURNIER RF-4D BLUE Balsa (ARF) 250-300 WATTS

The Fournier RF-4 is a single-seater motor glider designed by René Fournier in 1966. It is an aerobatic version of the Fournier RF-3 An RF-4D was flown by Mira Slovak across the Atlantic Ocean while participating in the May 1969 Daily Mail Air Race
$85.00

VMAR L4 GRASSHOPPER EP1375 54" Wingspan Balsa (ARF)

The L-4 Grasshopper was the military derivative of Piper’s famous civilian high-wing monoplane—the J-3 Cub. The U.S. Army Air Force turned to the J-3 in military guise as it sought a rugged yet lightweight aircraft for liaison and observation duties in direct support of ground forces. The primary difference between the civil and military versions is the enlarged window area in the rear cabin to allow better observation. During World War II, Grasshoppers performed a wide variety of functions throughout the world such as artillery fire direction, pilot training, glider pilot instruction, courier service and front-line liaison. The L-4 Grasshopper served with distinction in both World War II and Korea.
$94.99

Vmar P51D Mustang EP Balsa (ARF) 150 Watts, 47" Wingspan

The North American Aviation P-51 Mustang is an American long-range, single-seat fighter and fighter-bomber used during World War II.
$86.49 $69.99

Vmar Picanto Alpha Balsa (ARF) 64.7" Wingspan

If you looking for high-performance multirole model airplane can transform from trainer high wing to sport fly low wing with the exceptional stability and control, the PICANTO ALPHA is the answer
$94.40

Vmar Picanto Balsa (ARF) 64.7" Wingspan

The highest quality RC products offered in the market today Made using the highest quality materials and components Tested for durability Designed with calm control and high stability ideal for newcomers to R/C Compatible with both EP and GP power sources No gluing required for completion Pre-covered in printed film from POLYCOTE with vivid color scheme Aluminum wing joiner pipe join the main wing halves that can be separated for easy transport
$88.50

VMAR PIPER J-3 CUB 1375 Balsa (ARF) 54" Wingspan

The Piper Cub, one of the most popular and influential light aircraft ever manufactured, remains a term synonymous with general aviation in the United States—more than 80 years after its introduction. The name “Cub” is commonly used to describe a number of aircraft models—most notably the Piper J-2 and J-3.
$9.50 $94.99

VMAR SPITFIRE 1300 EP Balsa (ARF) 150-250 WATTS

Reginald Mitchell designed the Spitfire in 1935 and the prototype made its first flight from Southampton, UK in March 1936. The British Air Ministry placed an initial order for 300 Spitfires three months later, however due to production problems the first Spitfires did not enter RAF service until October 1938.
$69.99

Vmar V Stick 40 Balsa (ARF)

After only 3-5 hours in the workshop, you emerge with a model equal to any expertly built kit. That's one advantage of VMAR almost ready-to-fly V Sticks - their huge leap forward in prebuilt quality. VMAR provided state of art design, rather than copying one of the numerous remakes that crowded airfields over the years. The result? ARFs that unite a pure, proven design with the best modern model-making technology.
$119.99

Vmar V-Stick Balsa 47.5 Wingspan (PNP)

Vmar first 100% balsa PNP model, Vmar Vstick PNP 1300mm wingspan.
$149.99
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VMAR L4 GRASSHOPPER EP1375 54" Wingspan Balsa (ARF)

The L-4 Grasshopper was the military derivative of Piper’s famous civilian high-wing monoplane—the J-3 Cub. The U.S. Army Air Force turned to the J-3 in military guise as it sought a rugged yet lightweight aircraft for liaison and observation duties in direct support of ground forces. The primary difference between the civil and military versions is the enlarged window area in the rear cabin to allow better observation. During World War II, Grasshoppers performed a wide variety of functions throughout the world such as artillery fire direction, pilot training, glider pilot instruction, courier service and front-line liaison. The L-4 Grasshopper served with distinction in both World War II and Korea.
$94.99

Vmar Picanto Alpha Balsa (ARF) 64.7" Wingspan

If you looking for high-performance multirole model airplane can transform from trainer high wing to sport fly low wing with the exceptional stability and control, the PICANTO ALPHA is the answer
$94.40

Vmar V Stick 40 Balsa (ARF)

After only 3-5 hours in the workshop, you emerge with a model equal to any expertly built kit. That's one advantage of VMAR almost ready-to-fly V Sticks - their huge leap forward in prebuilt quality. VMAR provided state of art design, rather than copying one of the numerous remakes that crowded airfields over the years. The result? ARFs that unite a pure, proven design with the best modern model-making technology.
$119.99

VMAR DHC-6 TWIN OTTER Balsa (ARF) SIZE 250-400 WATTS, 62"

In 1965 de Havilland Canada developed the DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft – a high winged, un-pressurized twin engine turbine powered aircraft with fixed tricycle land gear.
$162.99

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