By popular demand, an 80" span version of the massively sturdy and successful front-line fighter. Perfect for 38 – 50cc engines (or electric equivalent) and 9-channel radio.
So successful has been Seagull’s 63” P-47 Razorback, it seemed almost rude not to offer the model in a larger scale for those who like their warbirds powerful and imposing. This, then, is the result and what a gem it is. Modelled on 275719 (No.44) Piloted by LT James C. Hare (Jim ‘Wabbit’ Hare to his pals) of the 65th Fighter Group, Corsica, 1944, this is a striking example of Republic’s heavyweight fighter which, of course, was well respected for its mastery in both bomber escort and ground attack roles.
A close look at this new 80” span, 38cc eye-catcher will tell you all you need to know about Seagull’s commitment to quality and accuracy. Sporting perfect lines, an authentic matt-finish colour scheme and more scale detail than you can comfortably shake a stick at – not to mention a fully furnished cockpit – this is a model that will draw a crowd wherever it goes. But that’s just the half of it; good, stable, gun platform flying characteristics, Seagull’s renowned build quality and the convenience of a large top deck access hatch make it a must-have model for fighter fans with a spare 38 to 50cc engine kicking around.
Lightweight, high quality balsa and plywood construction.
Accurate, scale, matt finish colour scheme.
Covered in genuine Oracover film.
Factory painted and detailed fibreglass engine cowl.
Impressive cockpit detailing with lightweight painted pilot.
Removable forward hatch for easy radio and / or flight battery access.
Superb, stable flying characteristics.
Plug-in wing panels simplify transportation and field assembly.
Full hardware pack included for either glow or electric power.
Rugged, oleo style sprung, retractable undercarriage.
Crystal clear pre-painted canopy moulding.
Steerable tail wheel for improved ground handling.
Cowling diameter 220mm
Radio: 9 channels, 13 servos