Spitfire ARTF 61 or 70FS
£ 159.99
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A-PH067 Spitfire ARTF 61 to 70 size engine 1.55m (61") The Spitfire one of the most famous warbirds and a popular radio controlled plane. Created with the scale enthusiast in mind, this almost-ready-to-fly airplane replicates the scale outline of its full-scale counterpart with accuracy. the Spitfire is packed with scale details, including Retract landing gear and all the hardware is included (servo wire, fuel tank, wheel/landing gear, etc). You only need to buy the engine and radio system. Features ?Quality materials and genuine ORACOVER covering ?Accurately-etched panel lines and factory-applied paint scheme ?Fully detailed, factory-installed cockpit, pilot and canopy ?Extremely lightweight laser-cut all-wood construction ?True to scale artwork ?Scale outline is enhanced by the lightweight fibreglass cowl ?95% factory built, covered and painted ?Can be converted for electric flight ?Flies with a wide variety of engines ?Retract landing gear included Specifications: ?Wingspan: 1550mm (61in) ?Length: 1350mm (53.1in) ?Weight: 3200g~3400g ?Engine: .61 two stroke / .70 four stroke ?Radio: 6-9 channel with 6 servos Assemble add your Engine and Radio of your choice and go fly. We?re pleased to offer our customers free recycling on all household electrical items. Unwanted electrical equipment is the UKs fastest growing type of waste, and sending it to landfill causes lead and other toxins can leak out and cause soil and water contamination, harming wildlife and human health. Fortunately, many electrical items can now be repaired or recycled. That?s why we?re offering free recycling on a like-for-like basis ? so when you buy a new item from us, we will make sure your old model is taken care of. If you?re not sure whether your electrical item can be recycled, have a look for the crossed-out wheelie bin symbol on the packaging, or on the item itself. If the symbol appears on the replacement item, this is also an indication that the old model should be recycled. The Directive The Waste Electrical or Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive requires countries to maximise separate collection and environmentally friendly processing of waste electricals. In the UK, that means retailers like us must offer all customers buying new equipment free take-back for their old electricals.