20cc Planes

  • 63.4″ 20cc YAK 54


    One of model aviation’s hottest planes is now available as a mid-size gas performer from Seagull Models. The Yak 54 ARF features a dazzling trim scheme and delivers outstanding 3D and precision capabilities. Roll rate is extremely fast with true tracking and pinpoint knife-edge. Constructed from lightweight laser-cut balsa and plywood parts, it is covered in UltraCote®, with carbon fiber pushrods, a 2-piece plug-in wing and a fiberglass cowl and wheel pants adding to the quality design.

  • 1/5 Scale 89″ Wingspan Mustang P-51D short kit and plans


    This set of plans and kit are shrink down from larger scale(98″ws)
    Short kit/semi kit and plans of P-51D Mustang. All woods parts were cut by laser machine. Woods of this kit are balsa, lite ply & birch plywood. Materials to build this bird are balsa & plywood. No hardware or any other component are include in this kit beside what you see in pictures are what you will receive plus 4 sheets of plans, except plane pics, it’s an sample the plane of this kit.

  • 54.3″ 20cc ULTIMATE BIPLANE


    This .90 size Ultimate Biplane is a well-designed, sturdy ARF that offers excellent 3D and precision aerobatic performance. Light weight laser-cut all-wood construction with a sharp UltraCote® trim scheme. Magnetic canopy hatch and much more.

  • 70.9″ 20cc GEE BEE 120


    This Gee Bee Z ARF gives modelers a beautiful scale model of a unique and historically important airplane. The airframe is factory assembled, using laser cut parts to a very high standard.

  • 63″ 20cc YAK 3U STEADFAST


    The Yakovlev Yak-3 was a Soviet fighter aircraft during World War II. It was liked by many pilots and ground crew thanks to its robust and easy to maintain structure. This fighter aircraft was also known as one of the smallest and lightest major combat fighters of the time and its high power-to-weight ratio assiste an excellent performance. World War II French ace Marcel Albert, who flew the Yak in USSr with the Normandie Niémen Group, considered it a superior aircraft to the P-51D Mustang and the Supermarine Spitfire.

  • 70.9″ 20cc VANS RV-8 DIAMOND DI


    Airplane designer Richard VanGrunsven has dominated the homebuilt airplane hobby for the past 40+ years. His series of all-alluminum low-wing “RV” airplanes provide pilots with the level of flight performance and good looks that they want.

    Since 1973 Van’s Aircraft has sold over 18,000 kits and plans, with over 8,000 airplanes completed and and flying in 45 countries. In the U.S. alone the number of RVs completed each year exceeds the combined production of all commercial general aviation companies. The RV-8 is Van’s latest design that features tandem centerline seating, for those fighter pilot types who like to sit in the middle. Like all RVs, the RV-8 climbs well, lands slow, and goes fast.

  • 66.9″ 20cc A6M ZERO


    This 70 inch span A6M Zero was designed from the ground up to be easy to assemble and fly. The airframe is conventionally built using balsa and plywood, yet the laser-cut design allows the airplane to be kept light. You will find that most of the work has been done for you. The pushrods are pre-made to the correct lengths, the motor mount has been fitted and the hinges are pre-installed and pinned for security.

  • 74.8″ 20cc T-34 MENTOR


    The Beechcraft T-34 Mentor was designed in 1948 as a more economical replacement for the AT-6/SNJ airplanes that the U.S. military used to train pilots during WWII. It was derived from the civilian Beechcraft Bonanza. The T-34 had a long and productive service life in the hands of the U.S.A.F., U.S. Navy, and Coast Guard, as well as many foreign countries. Some T-34s still remain in military service over six decades after it was first designed.

  • 76.8″ 20cc CESSNA 337 SKYMASTER


    This Cessna 337 Skymaster is a sport scale model of the unique push-pull twin engine aircraft. One engine is mounted in the nose and the other at the rear of the pod style fuselage. Seagull have successfully reproduced this model with twin engine capability and superb detail. Details such as scale oleo nose landing gear, functional flaps and led lights are all included and provide realism in the air and on the ground. Top quality balsa and balsa plywood construction is covered in genuine Ultracote® for durable and easy to repair finish.

  • 80.5″ 20cc Fairchild PT-19


    The Fairchild PT-19, a World War II military trainer, has been a popular choice for scale model pilots for decades because of its classic looks, stable flying characteristics, and a bit of nostalgia thrown in.

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