DPCM   124   SE5a
A product of early 1917, the SE5 was the most stable gun platform used by either side in the great war. A formidable flying machine; it was fast, extremely
strong and easy to fly. Superior to the Albatros, Fokker and Pfalz scouts, it was not even outclassed by the arrival of the Fokker D-7 in May 1918. Flown by  such aces as McCudden, Mannock and Albert Ball, who built the bulk of their scores on SE5/5a's. A total of 5,205 SE5/5a were constructed.

Our model (DPCM 124) is an authentic reproduction of this outstanding British
fighter scout. Designed for rubber powered flight either indoors or out. 

*  18.50" Wingspan
*  Box and Former Fuselage construction
*  3 - 11 x 17 Detailed CAD drawn plan sheets
*  112 Laser Cut parts
*  Laser Cut Wheels, wing machine gun and Cowling
*  Parts ID Sheet
*  Wire for Landing Gear
*  Inkjet Generated marking sheet
*  Prop Pattern furnished on plan

( Builder provides all balsa sticks, powerplant and covering material )

Price: $ 20.00

Model by Michel Boudiveau