The direct predecessor of the Baron was the Beechcraft 95 Travel Air, which incorporated the fuselage of the Bonanza and the tail control surfaces of the T-34 Mentor military trainer. To create the new airplane, the Travel Air's tail was replaced with that of the Beechcraft Debonair, the engine nacelles were streamlined, six-cylinder engines were added, and the aircraft's name was changed. In 1960, the Piper Aztec was introduced, utilizing two, 250 hp Lycoming O-540 engines; Cessna too had improved their 310 with two Continental IO-470 D, producing 260 hp. Meanwhile, Beechcraft's Bonanza had been improved with a Continental IO-470-N, but the answer to competition was to make a true twin engined variant of the Bonanza. The first model, the 55, was powered by two, six-cylinder IO-470-L engines, producing 260 hp at 2,625rpm; it was introduced in 1961. It included the fully swept vertical stabilizer of the Debonair, while still retaining the four to four+five place seating of the Travel Air.
Since its inception, the Baron has always been near the top of the light airplane hierarchy
Now , VQ introduces the Beechcraft Baron 35 size EP-GP. This Baron come with 2 scale flap , 1 x painted pilots , plastic antena ,plywood seat . Also we have supplied in the kit some scale detail make by ply wood so that you can make your Baron look like a real one .
If you prefer the EP version, this Baron have the big battery hatch for easy change the battery after every flight , electric motor mount are included in the Baron kit .
If you like the GP version, you can choose our option kit for GP (VQA157/GP - buy separate) , in this GP option kit are included 220cc fuel tank and plastic engine mount to fit for 25-32/ 2 stroke.
Other options: the Electric retracts with struts (VQ-ARE13S) or Electric retracts with nose gear struts only (VQ-ARE14) are good choise for this Baron . All of them make this Baron becomes one of the best Balsa scale 35 size EP-GP twin engine in the market.