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Flair Scout Series MKII Magnattila Kit

The Magnattila was one of the first of the Flair Scouts to be designed and has stood the test of time superbly. Fit it with a Williams Bros. Spandau machine gun, lurk around up sun, and just wait for an unsuspecting Puppeteer.
It makes an ideal first aileron model and has the added advantage of style. The kit is supplied in the standard land based version but like the Puppeteer vintage floats can be fitted thus providing a perfect introduction to float plane flying.
Many a Magnattila has been used successfully as a first aileron model.
Span: 60" (1525 mm)
Engines: .30-.40 2 strokes; .40-.60 4 strokes
Radio: 3/4 channel
Weight: 5.5 lbs (2.5kg)

Kit Contents:
Strip and sheet wood
Aluminium cowl
Pre-cut parts
Fuel tank
Engine mounting
Hardware pack
Fully detailed plans and instructions
Centre of Gravity position - on the main spar.

Additional Items to consider:
Pilot "Albert" FL2058
Palmer cord wheels FL2053
Float set FL2051
Machine gun: 1 off 1/4 scale Spandau W30751
Decal sheet FL2042
Dummy engine: 3 off 1/6th scale Le Rhone cylinders W30208

Out of production and only 1 left in stock as of 03/01/2021, order today!

Flair is no longer in the business of producing and or selling model airplanes and their parts. Any inventory we have left in stock is the last and sold as is new in package unless otherwise stated, no warranty, no return.


SKU Number: FL1002
Price: $250.00 
Quantity Available:  1

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