Seagull produce the Miles Sparrowhawk in three different sizes, this being the smallest .61 size. The Sparrowhawk was a was a 1930s British single-seat racing and touring monoplane designed by Miles Aircraft Limited, developed from the standard miles hawk. these designs formed the basis for the Magister which trained many RAF WW2 pilots. With classic lines that transform superbly to model sizes the Sparrowhawk has both character and practicality.
Wingspan - 63ins (160cm)
Wing area - 746.6sq.ins (48.2sq.dm)
Suits - 61-75 2-Stroke (90-120 4-Stroke)
Factory covered with Oracover
Length - 54.7ins (139cm)
Approx flying weight - 7.9-8.8lb (3.6-4.0kg)
Electric conversion kit included FREE!
Please Note: Seagull kits can be sent to UK mainland addresses only