Durafly once again set the standard with this beautiful Mk 24 Spitfire, no Warbird collection could be complete without this most iconic of fighters, the Spitfire was the only allied fighter to be in service from pre to post WW2, this final version of RJ Mitchell's masterpiece was a testament to the brilliance of his design. The Mk 24's graceful yet aggressive lines make it one of the most handsome fighters ever built and there can be no doubt, Durafly have captured the very essence of the ultimate Spitfire!
Durafly once again set the standard with this high quality JU-87G Stuka which has enough scale detail and features to keep any warbird enthusiast happy. The 1100mm range offers the RC pilot a practical size model that can be easily transported and uses the ever popular 2200mAh 3spack, yet at the same time, the model is large enough to have presence and is able to tackle most airfields, not to mention a little wind, making it very practical.
Oh no- not another Corsair! Wait- did I hear somebody complaining?
Certainly not me! I had a good old time flying this baby, which, truthfully, puts it in the same category as the other Corsairs I've flown. They all seem to be really good flyers, which I attribute to the design of the "inverted gull" wing, which gives you both anhedral and dihedral wing angle on each side. (DUH. It's not like they'd be giving you a gull wing on just one side of the plane or anything, is it?)
These Durafly Mustangs are very nice- as you might expect of planes made by FMS. Intricate detailing, perfect lines, and loads of features start the picture, and nimble flight characteristics adds the finishing touch. We get these planes at practically retail, so we only sell them with SUPERMAX Crashproofing installed- essentially, we carry them as a favor for the pilots who want one of these that definitely won't end up on a "waiting for a fuselage" pile.