Downloadable kit for paper model aircraft. This model is designed to be printed on 110# index [298 gsm cardstock]
First built in 1947, the DHC-2 Beaver is thought by many to be the ultimate Bushplane. 1692 were built in Downsview, Ontario ending production in 1967. Many Beavers are still earning their keep in the rugged north. The turbine powered prototype Mark III first flew in 1965. The DeHavilland Canada factory built 60 Mk.III Beavers powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 turbo-prop engines before production ceased. The Turbo Beavers had more power, greater speed, and larger load carrying capacity than the earlier Mk.I and Mk.II radial engined aircraft.
Model scheme: The Raven is arguably the most beautiful colour livery that has yet been applied to a De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Mk.III Turbo Beaver. This Beaver was originally delivered in 1967 to Superior Oil Company in Midland Texas, with serial number 1668. She is now in private hands and flies out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Paper Model contains 4 pages of parts including options for amphibious floats, wheel landing gear and skis.
Also includes Full Color cover page and photographic step-by-step instructions
4 pages of parts with a degree of difficulty of 3/5 – with elaborate step-by-step instructions.
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