Black Hawk Models America's Favorite Models
  • The Demon


    The Demon 
    American Classic Combat Model

    Designed by Riley Wooten in 1964, the Demon recorded top speed 115.34 MPH.   It is a good beginners combat wing that is very easy to build.   Riley Wooten states : "The DEMON is the result of several years designing and testing to get a model stable enough for the novice, yet one that will hold it's own in the best competition." 

    The American Classic line of kits recreate vintage designs that are styled like, and build like the originals.   While these kits contain laser cut parts along with vacuum formed components to simplify construction, some cutting and shaping is required.

    • KIT NUMBER: AC400
    • WING SPAN: 35"
    • WING AREA: 328 Square Inches
    • ENGINE: .19 to .40
    • SKILL LEVEL: easy
    • Kit includes:
      • Laser cut parts
      • Built-up wing
      • Diamond airfoil and rib tabs make building a SNAP
      • All hardware included

    The American Classic Series of kits by Black Hawk Models present famous designs of the past in modern kit form.   Some of the models in this line were designed by famous designers and many have won trophies in National competition.   American Classic models are more advanced than the standard Black Hawk Models kits.   They require more building skills, including the use of covering materials in many cases.  These planes require larger engines and generally provide better, more stable flight characteristics.  While Junior Ace and Black Hawk Models FS series models are good starting points, the American Classic models are the goal that modelers strive to achieve.