Group of three models. 1. Hawker Fury. 36 cm span, rubber powered model made from 'Central Aircraft' plans published in the 1930's. 2. Heinkel He-51. A 44 cm span rubber powered model features highly detailed motor and other scale features, the original…
Group of three models. 1. De Hauillard leopard Moth, a highly detailed, 46 cm span, rubber powered scale model of this 1933 aircraft. 2. Ryan Sf, 40 cm span, rubber powered scale model. 3. Contemporary foam, rubber powered 'Ready to Fly' model, 39 cm span…
Bristol Bulldog Iia. From No. 54 squadron, the superb detailing, combined with the presentation box shows Burt Hartshorn's skills at their peak. This 58 cm span, rubber powered model is spectacular and special.
Model and toy 'roplanes: two models: 1. In June 1937 this Bristol 138A aircraft reached a record altitude at 53,937 feet. This highly detailed, rubber powered model has an 80 cm span and features 'Knock-off' wings, 2. Faires long range monoplane; 100 cm…
Vought OS2U Kingfisher. This aircraft was used for the R.A.A.F Antarctic flight during 1947, the model is rubber powered, of 50 cm span and comes complete with a titled presentation box which also shows details of the original aircraft.
The Ripper 1938. Burt Hartshorn belonged to the Essendon model Aircraft club, and this rubber powered duration contest model was a club design dating from 1938. 50 cm wingspan and features a beautifully constructed folding propellor
The Central Aircraft 'Rocket'. This model was designed by Central Aircraft, one of Melbourne's earliest model aircraft retailers. A sport flying, rubber powered model and an excellent flyer of 55 cm wingspan
The Hamburg Ha-137. This aircraft was the forerunner of the famous German 'Stuka' of World War II, the original was made by the shipbuilders Blohm and Voss around 1935. This model is rubber powered and approx 45 cm in wingspan.
Grumman Avenger. This 42 cm wingspan rubber powered model of the famous torpedo bomber features hand retractable undercarriage and tail wheel to enhance its flying ability. (note detailed radial motor)
Flying Midget. This model is a 27 cm span replica of a brown Junior powered free flight model from 1937. This tiny model is rubber powered and features a highly detailed representation of the original brown Junior motor
The Wright Flyer - a 1/24 scale, rubber powered model of this famous aircraft. Model built from plans drawn by Henry struck and published in 'Flying Aces' in April 1937. Model has detailed rigging and controls