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Dakota DC-3


To meet the increasing demands of American Airlines, the DC-3 was introduced as a further development of theDC-2 at the beginning of 1935.  She was the first airliner to operate, cost-effectively, as a pure passenger mover.  A new design coupled with low operating costs led to the fact that by 1939, 75% of all American passengers were transported with the DC-3.

The wing and tailplane mounting system and  the retract gear hard-points are pre-installed.  Coupled with the exact scale detailing of the fiberglass surfaces, you will be awarded with a model that, with a minimum of effort, can be competitive even at the International level.

Kit information
Full fiberglass construction One-piece fiberglass main wing with formed nacelles and mounted ailerons Fiberglass stab/elevator Fiberglass-sandwich fuselage with formed vertical stab/rudder Fixed undercarriage Airline design available: Lufthansa Other airline designs available on special order - please call or write.


Technical Specifications: Accessoieres:
Wingspan: 186 cm (73.25 in.)


121 cm (47.6in.)

Wheel set

Weight: ca. 2.500 g Mechanical retracts
Recommended Motor: 2x SPEED 600

ab 8 Zellen

E-power set with 2 x Speed 600

2x MEGA 22/10/6

2x MEGA 16/15/3  Gear 


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