by Aviations Golden Age
Although it looks like its straight out of the 1930s,
dont bother looking up this one in your aviation history books.
The SPACEWALKER was designed by Jesse Anglin of Hendersonville, North
Carolina and first flew in 1986! Despite the fact it is a relatively
new design, the SPACEWALKER manages to capture all the spirit of Aviations
Golden Age. .
This 1/3-scale model of Jesse's SPACEWALKER retains all of the charm
of his beautiful homebuilt. Plans for the full-size aircraft were
scaled down for the ultimate in scale accuracy. Construction is easy
with pre-formed fiberglass parts and traditional balsa and plywood
Fiberglass Elevator Pushrod
Pack Includes: Wing Bolts, Giant-Scale Hinges, Wheel Pant Mounts,
Wheel Collars, Tail Brace Wires, Throttle Pushrod, Elevator Horn,
Rudder Horn, R/C Links, Etc.
Light-Weight Balsa, Plywood, & Spruce Construction
Wing With Aluminum Wing Joiners
Cowling, Wingtips, & Wheel Pants
Plastic Dummy Cylinders & Small Scale Details
Decals, Paint Scheme Patterns
Photo-Illustrated Instruction Book
||4-Channel with 5 servos (2 ail, 1 ele, 1 rud, 1 thr)
||1.5-2.4 in³ (24.6-39.3 cm³) 2-Stroke
1.8-3.0 in³ (29.5-49.2 cm³) 4-stroke