condition: good make / manufacturer: Sig/Great Planes/Midway/Circus model name / number: Bad ass planes size / dimensions: big and not so big
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This ad is for a couple of R/C planes that I am forced to liquidate do to moving to a smaller location that will not have enough room for these large planes. The first on the list is a super nice 25 size Cavaleir airplane that features tri-cycle retractable landing gear. I owned this same airplane in the 40 size and it flew like a dream. My intentions were to install a 25 size rear exhaust engine with a tuned pipe but ended up putting the power plant on another plane. Second is a 46 size pattern plane that also features retractable landing gear and comes with 4 Futaba servos and also includes the Futaba retract servo. It is called Advenger and it flies like it is on rails. Also included with this plane is the original build booklet. Third is a vintage midget mustang pylon racer in good condition but comes bare...[no engine, no servos, no landing gear]. This plane has been a wall mount and hasn't been flown since the late 80's. The engine required would be a 20-32 rear exhaust engine. The four plane is the infamous Big Stick 40 that has a vibration reducing engine mount and is set up for a Saito 90. I flew one of these planes for over 10 years and it was one of my favorite go to planes. last is an incredibly easy to fly large trainer complete with a Super Tiger 40 ring engine, 4 Futaba servos, Volt Watch battery gauge, DuBro charge jack and on/off switch. Everyone knows bigger planes are more forgiving and easier for anyone to learn on. This plane has been used to help train 5 or more new comers to the sport. These planes are priced so cheap you could part them out and make money on them very easily. Thanks for looking!