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PA-24 Comanche GoFly Kit – Northern Air Edition

PA-24 Comanche GoFly Kit – Northern Air Edition
Comanche Kit

The Piper Comanche GoFly kit is an exceptionally well-flying, beautiful rendition of the real thing.

SKU: A0019.
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The PA-24 is arguably the pinnacle of the 4-place, high performance single engine retractable-gear airplane of the 1960s.  Stable, fast, powerful, and efficient, the Comanche is also one of the first private general aviation airplanes to use a laminar-flow wing.  The Comanche was unfortunately abandoned after a flood destroyed the Piper factory, and ultimately replaced by the Arrow.

The Comanche GoFly glider is almost as fast as the real deal, and at least as good looking.  Catapult launching works especially well on this glider, due to its clean design.  Build it, then launch it – just make sure you’re 1) friends with the neighbors or 2) in a big, open field.  It really goes!

N7265 is a PA-24-250 with upgraded fuel injectors and GPS navigation that flies out of Northern Air in Bonners Ferry, Idaho.  It is used for Commercial Pilot and Certificated Flight Instructor training, as well as a fast cross-country rental aircraft.  Sharp eyed GoFly fanatics will recognize it as the aircraft in which GoFly inventor Jeff Fouche earned his commercial rating.

Like all GoFly kits, simply build and fly following these instructions.

Note: this model requires assembly.  Like models of any kind, care and some skill is required to complete a successful model.  While Inceptus has provided instructions, we cannot be responsible for assembly errors, glue variability, etc.  Your satisfaction with the kit as delivered is guaranteed, but once a kit has been cut up NO RETURNS are accepted.

Dealers wanted! Contact Jeff at Inceptus for more info.

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Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 11.75 x 8.75 x .15 in


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