Globe GC-1B Swift

Globe GC-1B Swift

Your Price: $113.95
Part Number:3409

Span: 50 inches
Beautiful 1/7 scale model of the Globe GC-1B Swift, designed by Dennis Sumner. Our short kit includes laser-cut balsa and plywood parts, a huge vacuum-formed canopy, and full-size printed plans.

The Swift design was born at Fort Worth, Texas, in 1940, but production of the all-metal Swift was delayed by World War II until 1946. Produced originally by Globe Aircraft Company, and later by TEMCO, more than 1,100 Swift aircraft were built between 1946 and 1951. TEMCO also built a modified version known as the T-35 Buckaroo to compete for service as a trainer with the US Air Force. Several T-35s were sold to Greece and Saudi Arabia.

For more history of the Swift, check out the Swift Museum Foundation website.

Specifications:
Scale: 1/7th
Wingspan: 50 inches
Wing Area: 390 square inches
Weight: 54 ounces

Power Required: Cobra 2820/10 (1170kV)
Radio required: 5 channel (rudder, elevator, ailerons, motor and retracts)

Gear Used:
Radio: Spektrum DX9 with AR 8000 receiver JR SM241 servos for Ailerons, Hitec HS-65 for elevator and rudder
Motor: Cobra 2820/10 (1170kv)
Speed control: Cobra 60A ESC
Battery: Glacier 3S4000
Propeller: APC 10x6 E
Retracts: E-Flite 15-25 85 degree

Note - due to size and weight, there is a shipping surcharge on this kit. Foreign customers may be billed for additional shipping charges.

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