Min. Age: 12
Thomas Morse Scout
Outstanding among American aircraft produced during World War 1, the Thomas Morse Scout filled the gap between the Curtiss primary trainers and the French scout planes that American pilots were to fly in France. More than 550 planes were delivered to the signal Corps during 1917 and 1918.
This is a model of the early 1900's war bird. Can be built to fly rubber power or by using a Cox .020 engine. Kit contains scale WWI plastic wheels, full sets of gorgeous decals, plastic parts and plywood firewalls.
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