- ✔️This Deperdussin Monocoque model airplane is made of high quality, eco-friendly balsa and plywood materials, it has cool streamlined apperance, the 1000mm mid-wing monoplane with parallel-chord wings for flexible flight.
- ✔️This unassembled building kits is designed with solid and lightweight framework, and it includes molded plastic cowl, engine hood, digging rope, authestic landing gear, and comprehensive hardware pack, that will give you a realistic wooden plane model finally.
- ✔️All parts are cut by high-precision laser cutting equipment to ensure every piece fit well and easy to pull out, which allows the modellers to build their airplane model more easier.
- ✔️You will familiar with each part of aeroplane model during the assembly, and the great value is the big sense of achievement to build an aircraft model and fly it succesfully. Everyone deserve to own a traditional rc balsa wood airplane.
- ✔️This 4CH electric radio controlled airplane is a perfect gift to your friends or family members, it comes with a beautiful wooden box to display your lovely aircraft model, you can take this beauty and vintage airplane model to your office or make it as a decorative incredible piece in your home.
Product descriptionSize:KIT+Motor+ESC+Servo+Covering Film
– Cool streamlined apperance design
– 1000mm mid-wing monoplane for flexible flight
– Solid and lightweight framework
– Eco friendly wood material with clean and smooth surface
– Molded plastic cowl, engine hood, authestic landing gear
– Comprehensive hardware pack
– 4CH electric powered airplane model
– Comes in a lovely wooden box to display your beautiful aircraft model
– valuable for both flying and static display
– Perfect gift to your friends
Fuselage Length: 915mm
Flying Weight: 0.8kg
Suggested Power System:
Electric Motor:2212 2216 900-1400KV
Servo: 9g * 4pcs
Propeller: 9-10 inch
Radio: more than 4CH
Package size: 463 * 135 * 140mm / 18.3 * 5.3 * 5.5in
Package weight: 1.4kg
wooden box package
The Deperdussin Monocoque was an early racing aircraft built in 1912 by the Aeroplanes Deperdussin, a French aircraft manufacturer started in 1911 and recognized as the Société Pour L’Aviation et ses Dérivés (SPAD) in 1913.
It is so named because of the method of construction of its fuselage. The aircraft is noted for winning the Gordon Bennett Trophy in 1912 and 1913, and for rasing the world speed record for aircraft to 130mph (210km/h)