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De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver
(30cc size EP/GP -  civilian category)

De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver is a single-engined, high-wing, propeller-driven, STOL aircraft developed by de Havilland Canada, primarily known as a bush plane. It is used for cargo and passenger hauling, aerial application (crop dusting and aerial topdressing), and has been widely adopted by armed forces as a lt utility aircraft. The United States Army purchased several hundred; nine DHC-2s are still in service with the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary (Civil Air Patrol) for search and rescue. A Royal New Zealand Air Force Beaver supported Sir Edmund Hillary's expedition to the South Pole. Over 1,600 Beavers were produced until 1967 when the original line shut down.

Due to its success, the Royal Canadian Mint commemorated the Beaver on a special edition lt Canadian quarter in November 1999.

- All Balsa and lite-ply construction
- Fully covered in weathered detail
- Fiberglass cowling
- Control surfaces pre-hinged and installed
- Two piece wing with aluminium wing joiner
- Pilot door and rear door can open-close
- Big battery hatch for Electric version

- Wingspan: 2850mm (112in.)
- Fuselage: 1727mm (68in.)
- Weight (ready to fly): 6.5 - 7.0 kg
- Gas engine: 26cc - 30cc
- Electric motor: Boost 160 with Lipo 22.2V -
                       5000 mAh x 2
- Radio req: 6 channel / 8 servos

- Assembly instructions with stage photos
-bPlywood seat.
- Fiberglass cowling
- Aluminium landing gear , Plastic cover & Wheels
- Aluminium wing joiner
-bWing struts
- Engine mounts
- Spinner
- Fuel tank
- Decals and all hardware

Does not include: radio, motor, glue, and silicon fuel line

Product code: VQA066 (Kenmore-Air)     VQA0661 (Army version)
                   VQA0662 (Whistler-Air)


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