Easy to build and great fun to fly. May be built with the wing fixed
or removable. A consistent top finisher in Flying Aces events. Uses
the Box and Former method of construction.
Pre-1942 design, eligible for Society of Antique Modelers (SAM) contests.
This free flight rubber powered kit contains a full-size
rolled plan, building and flying instructions, hand sorted printed balsa
and balsa strip wood, rubber motor, 12" E-B propeller, EBM thrust bearing,
clear plastic for the windshield, wheels, landing gear wire, and
Easy Built Lite tissue in a variety of bright colors. You will need
a building board, hobby
knife, fine sandpaper, and glue.
FF-11 Miss Canada Senior
Class: Sport flyer
Building Skill / Flying Skill: Easy / Easy
"The Miss Canada flies very well on 16 strands of
1/8 Super Sport." - George White
For instructions on making a DT for your plane click here.
"Thank you very much for the great kit with great flying model. I converted it to electric motor with AC motors
and powered by two lipo battery (all in miniature version). It flies totally unspoiled. The entire model loaded with
electronics weighs 205 grams! Yesterday was maiden flight. Miss Canada Senior (electric) flying very very perfectly." - Frank Swiety, Slovak Republic. For technical notes click here.
You can't get more Canadian than this clever tissue covering created by Bob Marchese.
"Easy Built is the perfect name for your company for your models are indeed easy to build and fun to fly." Read Johnson
Recorded flights of 4 min 11 seconds on 600 test winds!
"I just finished your Miss Canada Senior, a truly fun kit to build. This
is only my second kit. Following
Don Ross’ recommendations to build a stable
non-scale flyer as a beginner’s plane, I decided to order a Miss
Canada. By the way, this plane has also helped me improve my
tissue covering skills since I used the glue stick method you recommended. Also
the glues I ordered from you are great." - Tom O'Neal
"The plane actually made a good trainer because of its predictable
flight characteristics and gentle landings. (Just steer it over the
runway and it will land itself!)" - Ben Newkirk Click
here to read Ben's conversion notes.