Boeing P-26A oz8408


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Boeing P-26A - Scale model fighter for control line.

Quote: "The Boeing P-26A was a most attractive low-wing fighter used between 1933-1936 by a number of Pursuit Groups of the US Army Air Corps. Span was 28ft and the engine was a 600hp Pratt and Whitney 9 cylinder Wasp R-1340-27. The macj=hine reached atop speed of 234 mph, and the construction was of metal with stressed skin.The aircracft makes up into a very colourful scale model of simple, yet strong, construction."

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Boeing P-26A  
by PMH Lewis
from Model Aircraft
March 1952 
23in span
Tags: Scale IC C/L LowWing Military Fighter
all formers complete :)
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