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SAAB J21A Short Kit by David Anderson

SAAB J21A Short Kit by David Anderson


David Anderson's latest design is a 1/4 scaledesign of the SAAB J21 that was a self defense fighter from World war II.  This is a unique twin-boom pusher design that the swedes built to maintain their neutrality during World War II. Because its a pusher design, the airframe works well as an electric-powered model. It would be very difficult to cool a combustion engine and still keep the scale look of this design. 


The SAAB J21 series is arguably the most iconic propeller driven aircraft to ever come out of Sweden. For the time they were a bit underpowered but its distinctive twin boom, rear engine design was easy to recognize and its aerial performance was nothing to scoff at. Due to the risks with the propeller behind the pilot, the J21 was one of the first aircraft in the worls to be fitted with an ejection seat.


As with all Anderson designs this model is suitable for R/C competition, a museum static display or everyday enjoyment at your local R/C flying field.  


This short kits consists of all of the plywood and balsa ribs and formers as set out on the plan. It does not include any sheeting items. 

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  • Tech Specs

    Scale: 1:4

    Wingspan: 113 inches , 2870.20mm

    Length: 100 inches , 2540mm

    Weight: 18kgs

    Power: Hacker Q80 or Q100i

  • Shipping Info

    Shipping costs for Australian residents will be charged at checkout. If you are a customer from outside Australia please contact us for a postage cost and we will happy supply you with the international postage cost. 

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