Seamaster 120. Radio control sport seaplane model. Wingspan 85-1/2 in, area 1432 sq in, for 1.08 to ST3000 2 cycle or 120 to 160 4 cycle, with four channel radio.
Designed by Ken Willard, drawn by Richard Ackermann, approved by Tom Runge.
Quote: "The Seamaster 120 has a pylon mounted engine and a 'T' tail that stay out of spray while accelerating. A very high lift wing and double stepped hull make it very quick to get up on plane and break water. A retractable water rudder makes water handling at slow speed no probem.
The Seamaster 120 utilizes lite ply construction throughout, this plane is built to take it! Lock tab construction adds in quick warp-free construction. A two-piece wing joined with T-6 aluminium tube and a removable tail make tranportation a bit easier. All control surface hardware is included in the kit.
The Seamaster 120 will also fly off land. The landing gear hardware is offered as an option which includes all the necessary hardware to make the Seamaster a true amphibian. Once the landing gear option is sinstalled, it can be removed in a second to convert to a seaplane. If you like to have the flying stopped (and have all ayes on you and your plane) when you show up at the lake, you're ready for the Seamaster 120!"
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