Up for sale is a 1/4 scale Mick Reeves camel that is framed up. Comes with a New G-26 mounted. I will split the engine from the air frame.
Engine and Camel 800.00
camel with out engine 600.00
I would like to keep as one package.
SOPWITH CAMEL The ‘Spitfire of World War One’ - The pugnacious Camel was the highest scoring allied fighter. This exact scale model is easy to fly. The wings can be removed in four panels in about 5 minutes. Plans and parts are available in two sizes. 1/4 SCALE National Champion I989 Wing span - 84 in. (2.13 m) Engine - 15cc to 30cc Weight - l5lbs . (7kg)
Kits are 100% scale. Many times contest and championship winners. They feature working scale rigging, and quick assembly for flying with no loose screws to get lost.. The rigging wires are made from stainless steel spring wire, to scale width and thickness. Very strong, rust free and does not get kinked in handling. The scale fork ends are fitted in pairs to each end of the rigging wires. Tension is adjusted as on the original, release the lock nuts and rotate the wire to adjust. When dismantling the model the tension setting is not touched. Each time you assemble the rigging setting remains constant. The lightweight scale wheels are mounted on scale split axles with scale bungee elastic for springing. Our original models used 30 cc Laser V twin engines. They will fly on a calm day on a wisp of throttle, but the larger engine size allows for a big propeller to be used at low RPM. This gives a more realistic sound and extra power is in hand for vertical climbs and for flying in very strong winds, which is necessary for a contest model.