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The Taylorcraft was one of the first affordable civilian airplanes available to pilots in America. Manufactured by Taylorcraft Aviation, the history of the Taylor brothers and their mark on aviation dates back almost seventy years. This particular Taylorcraft is a clipped wing design for better aerobatics, and features a conventional layout and fabric covering. It is a two-seat aircraft and the basic design has remained unchanged since 1936, and is still available as a personal sport aircraft today.
Hangar 9 brings a version of this popular model in a first-of-its-kind Bind-N-Fly (BNF) version, allowing for less time building and more time flying. Featuring incredible details, an extreme level of completion and a full body pilot, pilots will be very satisfied with this exciting giant scale release. With the included Zenoah 26cc engine, six Spektrum A6000 digital servos throughout and a pre-installed AR8000 Spektrum receiver, the assembly time is cut from hours to minutes. It will take longer to charge the batteries for flight than to do what’s left of the aircraft assembly. Add the value of genuine Hangar 9 UltraCote® and this is one airplane that all giant-scale pilots will want in their hangar.
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