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Miles Mohawk -
FAC Dime Scale
Kit FF-43 Miles Mohawk is a 1/35 scale, flying model that uses the
Box and Former method of construction.
Pre-1942 design, eligible for FAC Dime Scale and Society of Antique
Modelers (SAM) contests.
Built at Woodley in 1936 to Col. Charles Lindbergh’s specifications.
It was used by Lindbergh and his wife for inter-capital travel throughout
Europe in 1937. Registration # G-AEKW. Currently located in the United
Kingdom at the RAF Museum which plans to restore the aircraft. A second
airframe of the M.12 was begun but never completed.
This free flight rubber powered kit contains a full-size
rolled plan, building and flying instructions, hand sorted 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 black and orange. You will need a building
board, hobby knife, fine
sandpaper, and glue.
Kit FF-43 Miles Mohawk
Class: Scale flyer
Building Skill / Flying Skill: Experienced / Experienced
a photo of your model!
"Hi! I finally finished the 12" miles mohawk. It went
together nicely and I built it pretty much according
to the plans with the exception of a couple of extra
stringers in the nose." - Kevin
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