A top performer in Flying Aces Old Time Rubber competitions. Easy to build and fly, Miss Canada Junior is a classic high-wing, endurance sport flyer. Pre-1942 design, eligible for Society of Antique Modelers (SAM) contests. This model may also be converted to CO2 power, instructions available upon request.
This free flight rubber powered kit contains a full-size rolled plan, hand sorted printed balsa and balsa stripwood, rubber motor, EB propeller, EBM thrust bearing, clear plastic for the windshield, wheels, wire for landing gear, and Easy Built Lite tissue in a variety of bright colors. To build this kit you will need a building board, hobby knife, fine sandpaper, and glue.
Includes a hobby knife, 5 blades, straight point tweezers, 5.5" x 9" Self Healing Cutting Mat, Jet Instant glue, Jet Super glue, Jet Tips, glue stick, canopy glue/tacky glue, MagnaBoard XL™ set, Minus Magnets 20 pack, and Rubber Powered Model Airplanes book. Save 20% off individually priced items.item B329 Price: $79.95
Excludes the book on rubber power and the glue stick. Includes a hobby knife, 5 blades, straight point tweezers, 5.5" x 9" Self Healing Cutting Mat, Jet Instant glue, Jet Super glue, Jet Tips, canopy glue/tacky glue, MagnaBoard XL™ set, and Minus Magnets 20 pack. Save 20% off individually priced items.item B332 Price: $66.95
Includes Sanding Stick with 120, 240, 320, 400, and 600 grit belts, Pull Saw Blade, K5 Heavy Duty Knife with beveled blade, Narrow Keyhole Saw Blades 5 pack, Curved Tip Tweezers, 1/16" Ball Tip Burnisher, Jewelers Needle Point Awl, Steel Ruler 6" x 1" with drill gauge, 15 piece drill set (1.05mm - 2mm). Save 15% off individually priced items.item B330 Price: $45.99
Includes a 10:1 winder, moldable nose weight, FAI SuperSport rubber 32 feet each 3/32", 1/8", and 3/16" and 32 feet EBM 1/16" rubber. Save 20% off individually priced items.item B331 Price: $34.95
"Here's my Miss Canada Jr before the OOS. I loved the kit." - Bill Piatek
"This weekend I flew for the first time Miss Canada Jr. I bought from you before Christmas. It flew perfectly from its first flight, all it needed was a little shim to tighten the climb under power. I did not even need to add weight to balance it, only change is using smaller lighter wheels to keep it's CG back and was done before a test flight. I did not fly it at full power because I did not install D/T and still it flew almost out of sight. There was no wind and airplane always landed within 30 feet from the launch site, once even at my feet. A couple of times after ROG from the runway R/C guys use, it came back and landed at almost same spot. R/C people could not believe it." Paul Kramosil