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VQMDL Swallow (Glider 1 Meter Wingspan) Version 2

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This VQ ARF's model looks just like the real one. With a red, white, and blue color scheme this Swallow model is a beautiful and easily seen glider. The Swallow is also an easy build. It comes factory covered and almost completely assembled. It truly is Almost-Ready-To-Fly. You'll love flying the Swallow scale glider!

VQMDL Swallow (Glider 1 Meter Wingspan) Version 2

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  • VQMDL Swallow (Glider 1 Meter Wingspan) Version 2
  • VQMDL Swallow (Glider 1 Meter Wingspan) Version 2
  • VQMDL Swallow (Glider 1 Meter Wingspan) Version 2
  • VQMDL Swallow (Glider 1 Meter Wingspan) Version 2
  • VQMDL Swallow (Glider 1 Meter Wingspan) Version 2
  • VQMDL Swallow (Glider 1 Meter Wingspan) Version 2

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VQMDL Swallow Sailplane ARF

1 Meter WIngspan Glider Version 2

Scale Sailplane 

The Swallow was manufactured by Sligsby Sailplanes for 11 years from 1957-1968 and named the Slingsby Type 45 'Swallow.' This intermediate sailplane was mostly flown by glider clubs in the UK and the USA, but was also used as military trainers around the world. 

This VQ ARF's model looks just like the real one. With a red, white, and blue color scheme this Swallow model is a beautiful and easily seen glider. The Swallow is also an easy build. It comes factory covered and almost completely assembled. It truly is Almost-Ready-To-Fly. You'll love flying the Swallow scale glider!

Features:

• Almost-Ready-To-Fly

• Easy build

• Scale Realism

• Factory Covered

• Factory Assembled One Piece Wing

Specifications:

• WIngspan: 35.8 in

• Length: 25 in

• Kit weight appox: 5.4 oz

• Flying weight approx: 9 oz

 

Requires (not included):

• Radio system with 2 micro servos (Elevator/Rudder)

Additional Information

SKU 159997
Manufacturer VQMDL
Mfr Part Number VQA077
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