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years ago, these WW1 fighters were engaged in thrilling
dogfights over the Western front. Today they have a heroic
niche in aviation history that has not or ever will diminish
with time. Magnificent war birds of the 1914 - 1918 era.
Fighters made famous by World War 1 aces like Bishop,
Richthofen and Guynemer. The last word in scale realism for
the super detail fan and a flying aircraft for those who build
and fly. Fly rubber powered or with a .020 engine. Kits
contain Laser cut balsa parts, scale WW1 plastic wheels, full
set of decals and vacuum formed plastic parts.
Series Kits Laser Cut
Kits These popular private planes are
still in use today by many private pilots.Whether built for
scale or contest flying, the models in this series represent
the finest in design and flight capability. Each can be flown
using either a rubber motor, gas engine or electric motor
(instructions for using electric power supplied in kits). The
Arrow and Fairchild 24 are easy to assemble
“Build-by-Number” model kits.
Laser Cut Kits Fabulous
¾" scale World War II models for rubber power, U-Control
and free flight. The ultimate in scale design and
construction. From the extra special instruction sheets and
plans to the well cut die cut balsa parts sheets, these kits
truly represent the last word for those seeking the unusual in
value, quality and completeness. For ages 12 and up.
most popular kit series (16½" wing span). These easy
building kits contain die-cut balsa parts, plastic cowls and
canopies, decals, plastic prop, wheels, tissue and a 24-page
model building booklet. For ages 10 and up.
by number models - ideal for individual use or for group model
building such as in a school class. Each kit contains the
right combination of building material and "power
package" to assemble an attractive model with good flying
ability. For ages 10 and up.
Kits All of
the guess work associated with model building now is
eliminated by the Guillow Build-By-Number construction system.
Thoroughly tested, each model is an excellent flyer thanks to
the right combination of lightweight materials and correct
large balsa models-from the famous Stearman PT-17 trainer to
the history making Spirit of St. Louis. Our latest release the
Douglas DC-3. This model can also be built as a C-47; decals
and instructions to build either model are included. Each
model is a small but faithful replica of an airplane widely
known for deeds in wartime or, like the Cessna Skyhawk, for
its present day popularity. Here is model building worthy of
the time and effort-you would be hard pressed to find a finer
kit available. The Camel, Skyhawk, PT-17 and Spirit of St.
Louis are designed for .049 to .15 U-Control, .049 gas and
rubber powered free flight. The B-25 is for .020 to .049
U-Control or display. The historic DC-3 is designed to be
built as a Build 'n Show display model. Kits contain best
quality materials and instructions that have made Guillow kits
the "Best in Balsa". Note: The fuselages of the
Camel, PT-17, Spirit of St. Louis and Skyhawk are large enough
to take simple R/C equipment - NO diagrams or instructions
included or available. For ages 14 and up
rubber powered models for indoor or outdoor flying. Built
light, they are great flyers with ample wing areas and
effective rubber motor/propeller combinations. Kits contain
top quality balsa, plastic nose cowls, canopies and insignia.
For ages 10 and up.
world's finest scale balsa model kits featuring true to life
"action" parts such as movable flying surfaces,
sliding canopies, retractable landing gear, and drop-able
bombs. U-Control (.09 motor), free flight (.049 motor).
Although the fuselages of these models are roomy enough to
take simple R/C equipment, no instructions or diagrams are
available. For ages 14 and up.
available as balsa and tissue models, these unique scale
construction kits offer an interesting alternative to the wide
range of plastic models offered hobby fans. Built as
"skeleton" models (as shown) they make impressive
display pieces. Tissue covered and decorated with decal
insignia, each model is an eye-catching replica of its
namesake. The results are certain to please both the beginner
and advanced model builder. For ages 14 and up.
Lightning - This WWII fighter plane is truly a beautiful
replica of one of the most famous of the war. ¾" scale
with a 40" wing span makes for a large flying or display
model. For .049 to .09 engines - control line, free flight
rubber powered. Many operational features such as movable
control surfaces, retractable landing gear and drop-able
bombs. Gorgeous decals, a beautifully formed plastic parts-
truly a scale model to be proud of.
B-17G Flying Fortress - The B-17G Flying Fortress was the most
famous bomber during WWII. Guillow's magnificent scale model
of this aircraft is a replica of the B-17G mural on the wall
at the Smithsonian Institution. The balsa scale model is
designed for .049 U/C flight or as a Build 'n Show display.
Finely detailed plastic gun turrets and dummy engines, rugged
landing gear and a sturdy wing/fuselage interlock. Build it
with either movable or unmovable flying surfaces.
B-24D Liberator - A great "Build 'n Show" display
model of the U.S. bomber that was made in greater quantity
than any other during WWII. The kit contains parts and decals
for a "J" model B-24.
PBY-5a Catalina - An impressive scale "Build 'n
Show" display model of the most successful flying boat
ever produced. This kit can be built as either a PBY-5 flying
boat or a PBY-5a amphibious flying boat with floats and wheels
retracted or in the landing position. For ages 14 and up.