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Hawker Hurricane

$38.50

Hawker Hurricane 
Originally Designed By Walt Musciano

A major factor in the British victory in the Battle of Britan, the Hawker Hurricane is a classic warbird that deserves a place in your squadron.   This kit was originally designed by Walt Musciano in 1962, and has been updated and improved .   The kit features a builtup wing and profile fuselage.   The generous wing area is designed for Norvel, TD, or Brodak type engines.   A conversion to a Black Widow radial mount engine is included in the kit.   The wing is of tongue and groove construction which makes a strong, light weight wing, that is almost warp proof.   The kit is complete with decals, landing gear, wheels, and all hardware.   A set of FULL SIZE PLANS are included to ease construction.   This plane will fly stunt, is very fast, and should make a good combat model.   Fly on 35' to 42' steel lines for optimum performance.

  • KIT NUMBER: PS 1900
  • WING SPAN: 27"
  • WING AREA: 120 SQ. INCHES
  • ENGINE: .049 TO .061
  • SKILL LEVEL: Medium
  • Kit includes:
    • Profile fuselage
    • Tongue and groove wing
    • Band sawed and laser cut parts
    • Complete hardware package with wheels
    • Full size plans included
    • Colorful period aircraft decals

All of the planes in the War Bird Series feature a buildup wing and profile fuselage.   Wings span 27" and have a wing area 120 square inches.   These hot planes are designed for Norvel, TD, or Brodak type engines and come with a conversion to a Black Widow radial engine mount.   The wing is a tongue and groove construction design which makes a strong, light weight wing that is almost warp proof.   Parts are band sawed and laser cut.   All planes come with decals, landing gear, wheels and all hardware.   All kits feature FULL SIZE PLANS to ease construction. 

These planes will fly stunt and are very fast, which would make them good combat models.   35' to 42' steel lines are recommended.   Originally designed by Walt Musciano in 1962, these kits have been updates for 21st century flyers.