SEAGULL MODELS GEE BEE 120

SEAGULL

SEA82

 

PRICE SHOWN INCLUDES A $29.00 SHIPPING SURCHARGE.

 

The Seagull Gee Bee Z ARF gives modelers a beautiful scale model of a unique and historically important airplane. The airframe is factory assembled, using laser cut parts to a very high standard. 

The full-scale Gee Bee Z, named "City of Springfield", was an American racing aircraft of the 1930s, built with the sole intent of winning the 1931 National Air Races. Constructed in less than five weeks, the Gee Bee Z was a small, tubby airplane. It was essentially the smallest possible airframe constructed around the largest possible engine.
Wingspan was 23-1/2 feet, and the engine was a 535 horsepower Pratt & Whitney Wasp Jr. The Gee Bee Z won every race it entered at the 1931 NAR - including the Shell Speed Dash at 267.34 mph, the Goodyear Trophy Race, and the biggest prize of all, the unlimited Thompson Trophy Race.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Wing Span 70.9 in. 180 cm
Wing Area 863.4 sq. in. 55.7 sq. dm.
Fuselage Length 46.6 in. 118.3 cm
Weight 10.6 - 11.5 lb. 4.8 - 5.2 kg
Rec. Engine Size 2-Stroke 1.20 cu. in.
4-Stroke 1.50 cu. in.
Radio Req. 4 Channel w/ 6 servos

Key Features:
  • Beautiful model of the 1931 Thompson Trophy Winner
  • Excellent flight performance
  • Light weight balsa and plywood construction
  • CAD designed and CNC laser cut parts
  • Covered in genuine UltraCote®
  • Fiberglass cowl and wheel pants
  • Complete hardware pack

Click the link below to download the Instruction Manual in a new window.

SEAGULL GEE BEE Z ARF Pdf (1.5 Mb)

 

 




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