DPCM 126   AVRO 504K
The prototype AVRO 504 first took flight in 1913. During the First World War more Avro 504 aircraft were produced than any other British plane. They took part in one of the earliest bombing raids in the war - the attack on the Zeppelin airship works at Friedrichshafen - and were also used in Britain for anti-Zeppelin patrols. The Avro 504 was a robust and safe design that was relatively easy to fly and, as it became outclassed in performance for combat, it was adopted for pilot instruction.
Kit Features:

*   18" wingspan
*   Box and Former Fuselage Construction
*   2 - 11 x 17 CAD drawn Detailed Plan Sheets
*   135 Laser Cut parts
*   Parts ID Sheet
*   Vac Formed Cowling
*   Laser Cut Rudder Laminating Form
*   Laser Cut Engine Parts
*   Laser Cut Cylinder Skins, Wheel Covers & Cockpit
*   Laser Cut Wheels
*   Inkjet generated Marking sheet
*   Prop Pattern furnished on plan

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

Price: $ 20.00
Prototype Built by Dave Cowell
Please Note: This model is not intended for the FIRST TIME builder