Who doesn't recognize the name Spitfire? Crucial to the British during WWII this model is one of four Spitfires in the Easy Built Models catalog.
This kit is a 1:26 scale flying model. 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-picked printed balsa and balsa stripwood, rubber motor, E-B propeller, EBM thrust bearing, clear plastic for the windshield, wheels, landing gear wire, and Easy Built Lite tissue in olive and light grey. To build this model you will need a building board, hobby knife, fine sandpaper, and glue.
Includes a soft grip knife, 5 blades, straight point tweezers, 5.5" x 9" Self Healing Cutting Mat, Jet Instant glue, Jet Super glue, Jet Tips, Uhu glue stick, Sobo canopy glue, MagnaBoard XL™ set, Minus Magnets 20 pack, and Rubber Powered Model Airplanes book. Save 20% off individually priced items.item B329 Price: $78.15
Excludes the book on rubber power and the Uhu stick. Includes a soft grip knife, 5 blades, straight point tweezers, 5.5" x 9" Self Healing Cutting Mat, Jet Instant glue, Jet Super glue, Jet Tips, Sobo canopy glue, MagnaBoard XL™ set, and Minus Magnets 20 pack. Save 20% off individually priced items.item B332 Price: $64.95
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: $43.08
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 25% off individually priced items.item B331 Price: $29.06
The Spitfire kit was the subject in 2012 at the annual contest of the Uwanosora Flying Club, Toyota, Japan. Building Notes: "The winner was Mr. Takamura and the flying time was 75 seconds. The radiator of Spitfire kit is optional, but Spitfire MK1 must have 1 radiator for keeping scale. The ribs of the wing are too small for keeping strength. Many members added 1 rib on each wing. Your white propeller is heavier than Peck’s silver propeller about 1 gram. They changed from your propeller to Peck’s propeller." - Shingo Kitaura, Uwanosora
"I used 1/16 sq stick to build a front windscreen framework to aid in the cockpit construction. I also made the wing one piece and added a wing saddle to the fuselage sides construction. I added a couple extra stringers to the top of the fuselage and the bottom of the nose area in front of the wing. This worked out very nicely in adding to the roundness of the fuselage without adding too much weight. I used the green tissue and substituted some of your brown tissue for the top base color for the camouflage scheme. The scheme was based on a Polish Squadron flying Spits early in the War. I used your black and white tissue for the bottom scheme." - Tom Akery