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Heinkel He 111 (100″) – Plan

£30.00

This model design by John Ranson is a CAD drawn 1:9 scale plan on 3 huge sheets, with moulded parts to speed construction. Retracts are custom items but use Robart cylinders. Full drawings are shown for flaps.

SKU: MW2968

Full Description

The He 111 was the German Luftwaffe’s first modern medium range bomber. It first flew in 1934 and was tested in 1936 during Spain’s civil war. This model design by John Ranson is a CAD drawn 1:9 scale plan on 3 huge sheets, with moulded parts to speed construction. Retracts are custom items but use Robart cylinders. Full drawings are shown for flaps. Double up with an R/C V1 ‘Doodlebug’ flying-bomb (MW2928).

Specification

  • Designer: John Ranson
  • Wingspan: 100″ / 2540 mm
  • Power Source: 2 x Robbe Planeta 700
  • Radio Functions: 1:9
  • Weight: 14 lb / 6.3 kg

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