A 13 1/4" wing span motorplane that flies hand launches or right off the ground. Colorfully printed wing, canopy, and tail surfaces. Formed wire landing gear, plastic propeller and nose bearing. Ideal contest flyer.
A hefty glider especially designed for strong "baseball arms". Kids love to rear back and heave this racy job.
Balsa Glider Eagle
New "air-superiority" flyer. Has a printed wing, tail surfaces and canopy. Individually packaged in a poly bag.
A king size motorplane that, fully wound, takes off from the ground under its own power for a long extended flight. Smoothly shaped body, formed landing gear plus a plastic propeller and nose bearing.
A sleek long distance flyer packaged in a shrink wrapped full color box. Plastic propeller, nose bearing and wheels. Two motor bands provided.
Flying Eagle Foam Sailplane Guillow
Flying Eagle 48" Foam Glider
Skyraider Foam Glider
This is our best selling foam glider. With a large 24" wing span this plane can be thrown by a strong baseball arm for large looping flights or gently tossed for a long floating glide.
8"x3/16" Rubber Bands
This package contains 10 rubber bands. These bands can be used as replacements on GUILLOW'S motorplanes #60, 76 and series 900 balsa kits.
Build N Fly Cloud Buster Level 3
This is the THIRD SKILL LEVEL in the "Build-N-Fly" construction kit series, a series which will teach you how to build and enjoy flying model airplanes.
The Cloud Buster is a rubber powered model airplane which includes landing gear and a specially designed airfoil to advance your skills in model building. A real high flyer that will start you on your way into the "wild blue yonder"
Cessna 170 24" Wing Span
The Cessna 170 is an all metal light plane that has won wide acceptance among Americas private plane flyers. Sleek and sturdy, the 170, is a real workhorse of the air, fully powered to handle a full complement of passengers and baggage. This Guillow model has the kind of realism appreciated by all model fans plus the ease of assembly and inherent flight stability.
Spirit Of St. Louis
The Spirit of St. Louis, piloted by Charles A. Lindbergh, made the first non-stop flight between New York and Paris on May 20-21, 1927. Time airborne-33 hours and 30 minutes. Lindbergh took off from Roosevelt Field, Long Island, NY on May 20th with but little sleep the previous night. His aircraft, 1,000 pounds overweight, barely lifted off at the end of the runway missing a telephone pole by a mere 20 feet. Fighting exhaustion most of the time, Lindbergh struggled to keep from falling asleep and at intervals, stuck his head out the window of his plane to refresh himself in the wind-stream. At the end of 28 hours, he sighted the coast of Ireland and for the first time realized that he was on target for his goal, the airfield of Paris, France. While still miles away he sighted the glowing night-lights of Paris. Shortly after, he landed at Le Bourget Airfield to the acclaim of thousands awaiting him on the runway. At that moment, Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis entered aviation’s hall of fame.
WWII Zero Japanse Fighter
Streaking out of the western skies in the early hours of Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941, the Japanese Zero-Sen launched the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor that plunged the United States into World War 2. For a time, the Zero appeared nearly invincible in combat and it was not until the Battle of Midway that its fortunes declined along with that of the Japanese empire
7"x3/32" Rubber Bands 10 ct.
This package contains 10 rubber bands. These bands can be used as replacements on GUILLOW'S motorplanes #50, 51, 52, 55, 75 and series 500 balsa kits.
Build N Fly Level 2 Cadet
This is the SECOND SKILL LEVEL in the "Build-N-Fly" construction kit series, a series which will teach you how to build and enjoy flying model airplanes
The Cadet was one of the very first teaching designs of stick and tissue model airplanes when originally released in the 1940's. This kit includes the same ageless building material along with easy to follow instruction and child safe glue.
Mini Model US Warhawks
The 4502 U.S. Warhawk is fashioned after WWII's P-40 Warhawk, which frequently served as a fighter bomber, establishing victories in all theaters of war for the U.S. Air Force.
The kit contains LASER CUT balsa parts, plastic propeller & wheels, detailed stick on wing covering and rubber band motors. All you will need to complete the model is glue and wire cutters!
Stearman PT-17 1/16
The majority of U.S. pilots of World War 2 received their primary flight training in the famous Stearman Trainer. This excellent 2-place biplane was known as the PT-17 when delivered to Army flight training centers. The Navy designations were N2S-1 and N2S-4. Nearly 3,000 were built in the 1940-43 period and, in the post war era and up to modern times, the Stearman Trainer has been successfully used as a stunt plane and crop duster.
The North American P-51 Mustang was probably the best all-around single-seat piston engine fighter to be used in World War 2. The first U.S.A.A.F. combat group arrived in Britain in November 1943 and from then until the end of the war, the P-51 earned an enviable reputation as a long-range fighter-escort for the B-17 and B-24 bombers raiding deep in the heart of the German homeland.