Messerschmitt 40 (oz13643)
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Messerschmitt 40. Radio control sport-scale model WWII fighter. Wingspan 54 in, wing area 521 sq in, for .35 -.45 engines.
Discontinued kit from Midwest. See old listing for this kit at: http://web.archive.org/web/20021126...
Quote: "Germany's premier fighter plane from World War II in a practical size. This kit features: Fully symmetrical airfoil wing, D-tube construction utilizing hardwood spars, sheeted leading and trailing edge surfaces and beveled ailerons. Die-cut, lock together fuselage construction using Micro-Lite Plywood and pre-cut solid 1/4 in thick Balsa tail surfaces for rapid assembly. Complete hardware package including pre-bent main landing gear legs, tailwheel wire, elevator joiner, nylon control horns, landing gear straps, fasteners and gear cover attachment fittings. Vacuum formed canopy and exhaust stacks. Authentic self-adhesive military markings."
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User commentsI always liked this one. A semi-quick build, practical sized sport plane with reasonably credible Bf-109 looks to bore holes in the sky with. Beats an Ugly Stick in my book.
RC Yeager - 23/02/2022
Hi out(er) there,
nice to find the plan of this nice and easy model Me109. I'm planning to rebuild a wing on my own , however modified to accomodate retractables. As far as I remember there is a second page of the plan with each of the wing parts (ribs) ... Does anybody know something about it?
Marc - 24/05/2022
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