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1/4 Scale EAA Bipe
Our Price: $208.95

The full scale EAA Biplane was designed in the middle sixties by Paul Poberezny and Stan Dzik in cooperation with the Experimental Aircraft Association. It was envisioned to be an easily constructed home built that the average person could build without special tools and flew great.
Citabria Aerobatic Pro
Our Price: $208.95

The Citabria Pro was developed from Bellanca's famous two place tandem sport aerobatic Citabria. Incidentally, the name "Citabria" is a clever backwards spelling of the word "airbatic".
1/4 Scale J-3 Piper Cub
Our Price: $252.95

The Piper J-3 Cub is arguably the most recognizable light aircraft ever manufactured. If it's yellow, its got to be a Cub! During the past 60 years since it's introduction, the Piper Cub has probably been responsible for training more full scale pilots than any other single aircraft in history and is still going strong today.
1/4 Scale Sopwith Pup
Our Price: $329.95

On February 9, 1916, Herbert Smith's small 80 hp single seat "Fighting Scout" passed its acceptance tests and was cleared for production by the Sopwith Aviation Co. LTD.
1/4 Scale Nieuport 11
Our Price: $329.95

Originally designed for air racing, the Nieuport 11 was pressed into service to combat the deadly Fokker Eindecker, which it did! Soon its reputation for being a small, easy to fly, fighter plane earned it the nick name "Babe."
1/4 Scale Nieuport 17
Our Price: $329.95

The Nieuport 17 was unquestionably the most successful of all Nieuport single seat aircraft designs of World War I. It owed its success to being a "sesquiplane" or one-and-a-half plane (it was not a true biplane).
1/4 Scale Fokker D8
Our Price: $329.95

Large and In Charge! The legendary Fokker D-VIII was credited with the ability to make good pilots out of mediocre pilots and great pilots out of good pilots, just as this model can.
1/4 Scale Fokker DR1 Triplane
Our Price: $329.95

Unquestionably the most recognized aircraft of World War I. From late 1917 until June of 1918, the Fokker DR-1 Triplane blazed its way across history and into the popular culture of today.
1/4 Scale Nieuport 28c-1
Our Price: $329.95

The First American flown fighter of World War I and unquestionably one of the sleekest looking aircraft of the era! Join the company of great American aces like Eddie Rickenbacker and patrol the skies over your flying field with the Nieuport 28.
1/4 Scale Sopwith F-1 Camel
Our Price: $329.95

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1/4 Scale S.P.A.D. 13
Our Price: $428.95

By far the most highly detailed model to date in our popular line of quarter scale World War I models! Favored by American aces for its strength, power and speed the S.P.A.D. 13 was something to be reckoned with by its adversaries.
1/4 Scale Fokker D7
Our Price: $428.95

When the new Fokker D-VIII hit the front lines in late October of 1918, Reinhold Platz's remarkable design work was vindicated. The aircraft easily out performed and out ran Allied aircraft with twice the D-VIII's horsepower.
1/4 Scale SE5a
Our Price: $428.95

Unquestionably one of the most successful Allied single seat fighters of World War I, the S.E.5a was a superb aircraft. Designed to seek out trouble and meet it head on, while its stable, easy flying qualities made it a favorite among pilots who flew it.
1/4 Scale Junkers D-1
Our Price: $428.95

Developed by Hugo Junkers, the D-1 was the world’s first operational all metal fighter plane. With a top speed of 140 mph and a service ceiling of just under 20,000 feet the D-1 was decades ahead of its wood and wire, fabric covered competition. This made it arguably the Messerschmitt ME-262 of World War One! Though it arrived too late to play a significant part, the Junkers D-1 was certainly a harbinger of what “Warbirds” were to become!
1/4 Scale DeHavilland DH-4
Our Price: $626.95

The DH4 was an ever-present element of the US Army Air Service both during and following World War I. Modeled from a British DeHavilland design, the DH4 was the only US built aircraft to see combat during World War I. Primarily used for day bombing, observation and artillery spotting.