Amphibians (How to order the DVD)

$6.95

Burgess-Dunne-FlyingWing

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A lovely two man amphibious swept wing biplane flying wing, built in 1914 and flew well indeed. This is a model of D.8 that was created in Canada. This flies surprisingly well as a card model if you give it a little extra dihedral and stiffen up the float struts.
$5.95

Convair Sea Dart

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The Convair F2Y Sea Dart was a unique American seaplane fighter aircraft that rode on twin hydro-skis for takeoff. It only flew as a prototype, and never entered production, but it is still the only seaplane to exceed the speed of sound.
$7.50

DeHavilland Beaver

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The de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver is one of the most famous bushplanes in the world. With its high-lift wing, short takeoff and landing (STOL) capability and rugged metal fuselage, the Beaver was tailor-made for bush flying; it's able to take off and land from just about anywhere while carrying heavy loads.
$8.50

Grumman Duck

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The Grumman F2F was a single-engine, biplane fighter aircraft with retractable undercarriage, serving as the standard fighter for the United States Navy between 1936 and 1940. It was designed for both carrier- and land-based operations.
$10.95

Grumman Goose

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The Goose was Grumman’s first monoplane to fly, its first twin-engined aircraft and its first aircraft to enter commercial airline service. In postwar use, the adaptable little transport continued in use as just a fun plane to have. 5 different versions as of 8/09
$4.50

Hansa-Brandenburg CC

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Operational in 1917, the Hansa-Brandenburg CC was a single-seat German fighter flying boat of World War I. It was used by both the Imperial German Navy and the Austro-Hungarian Navy The CC was characterized by 'starstrut' interplane bracing.
$4.50

Hansa-Brandenburg W29

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The Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 was a German monoplane fighter floatplane which served in the closing months of World War I, from bases on the German North Sea coast. It was based on the Hansa-Brandenburg W.12 biplane that it was designed to replace.
$5.95

Kingfisher

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Of the several observation and scouting airplanes available to the Navy when the US entered World War II, the VS-310 Kingfisher was to prove the most useful and the most used predominately as "eyes" for the big guns of the battleships and cruisers and for rescue work.
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Lockheed Sirius

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The Lockheed 8 Sirius was single engine, propeller driven monoplane designed and built by Jack Northrop and Gerard Vultee while they were engineers at Lockheed in 1929, at the request of Charles Lindbergh. Two versions of the same basic design were built for the United States Air Force, one made largely of wood with a fixed landing gear, and one with a metal skin and retractable landing gear.
$8.50

Sikorsky S-38

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The Sikorsky S-38 was an American twin-engined 8-seat amphibious aircraft. It was sometimes called "The Explorer's Air Yacht" and was Sikorsky's first widely produced amphibious flying boat.
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Sikorsky S-39

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In 2003, aviator Dick Jackson completed an authentic restoration of the S-39, dubbed the "Spirit of Igor" in honor of the Johnsons and Igor Sikorsky. The restoration process required nearly 40 years and 40,000 man-hours to complete.
$4.95

Sikorsky VS-300

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The Vought-Sikorsky VS-300 was a helicopter designed by Igor Sikorsky. Its first free (untethered) flight was on 13 May 1940. While not the first successful helicopter to fly, it was the first of the configuration that would later become the most popular.
$4.95

Sikorsky-R4

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Originally designed in 1989 by the legendary English Gentleman Artist/World traveler, C. Mudget esq, the Sikorsky R-4 model has been completely redesigned (Sept, 06). Not only that, there are two new versions plus a new BW and instruction sheet-PLUS floats !!.
$5.95

Sopwith Tabloid

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This Sopwith Tabloid was an adorable British biplane sports aircraft, one of the first to be built by the Sopwith Aviation Company. When it showed up for the Schneider Races in 1913 everyone laughed until, at 100mph ! it blew by all the other monoplanes of the day. An utterly delightful model.
$6.50

Sopwith-Bat-Boat

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The Bat-Boat II was the very first flying boat to have a ventilated step. The Admiralty aircraft was later sold to Greece. Strangely Sopwith built another Mk,II and sold it to Germany just before the outbreak of World War One. Later Sopwith designed a version as a gun ship but it was never built. WHY was it called the Bat Boat?? You'll never guess. Just know it had nuthin' to do with Bat Man & whats his name.. See:http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/models/Aircraft/Sopwith-Bat-Boat.html
$4.95

Voisin

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Eager to try flying a seaplane as well, Voisin purchased several of the Fabre floats and fitted them to his Canard airplane. In October 1910, the Canard-Voisin became the first seaplane to fly over the river Seine.

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$34.95

Amphibians Collection DVD

Amphibian Aircraft safely stored in your Free MyModels folder to collect all the new versions and corrections.
$499.95

Aircraft Collection DVD

Complete Aircraft AND Building Collection Over 2000 models including versions !! Everything immediately gets uploaded to your folder. BEST cardmodeling deal anywhere by far. For this offer only, we'll burn and mail you two very packed DVDs..Post paid and to anywhere.
$69.95

Aircraft Update Collection DVD

The massive Aircraft Model Collection up to date to the day you order and uploaded to your MyModels folder. Nothing will be mailed . IMPORTANT - You'll need to have already bought the entire AC Collection sometime in the past 20 years. Please use PayPal to chipfyn@gmail.com when approved. Question about eligibility? Email to: chipfyn@gmail.com