Product Description

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS FOR THIS MODEL!

NEXT SHIPMENT LEAVING FACTORY JAN 2017! 

FOR PRE-ORDER OF THIS MODEL PLEASE ORDER ONLINE BELOW NOW or CALL US !

Only a limited quantity of this model are shipping in January so order now!!!

HISTORY:

When the United States Air Force set out to replace its aging T-6 Texan trainers, North American was hired to complete the task. What they presented was the Model NA-159 piston-engine trainer; a design that was so successful that it was responsible for gaining a contract for two XT-28 prototypes. After an evaluation of these prototypes and an initial flight on September 26, 1949, the Air Force was so impressed that it ordered production to begin on the newly designated T-28A.

The Trojan, as it became known, had a frameless canopy and a Wright R-1300 engine that, when combined, gave it a top speed that often exceeded 280 mph. First orders of 266 planes in 1950 eventually grew to 1,194. After it became evident that the Air Force had found a very successful design, the United Sates Navy and Marine Corps adopted it as well. Two years later, 489 standardized versions (T-28Bs) were ordered by the Navy, mainly differing from the T-28A in its use of the more-powerful Wright R-1820-86 engine. Following this, 299 T-28Cs were produced, which were fitted with an arrester gear for carrier-deck landing training.

In 1962, North American began supplying T-28Ds for the counter-insurgency role. Six underwing hard-points were added in order for the aircraft to accept a variety of weapons. The T-28 saw action in both Southeast Asia and North Africa. The attack trainer version of the T-28D was called the AT-28D. France’s Sud-Aviation converted over 240 T-28Ds into Fennecs and used them as replacements for their Algerian-based T-6s. Fennecs performed admirably in the close-support, reconnaissance and patrol roles.

The T-28’s service career, though long, was finally ended by the introduction of the T-34 turboprop trainer, but the T-28 lives on as one of the most popular piston-powered warbirds in the USA, as well as several other countries.

Features:

  • -Fiberglass fuselage
  • -Fiberglass Cowling
  • -Fully built up wings and tail covered with iron on fabric type covering and airbrushed with a glossy finish.
  • -100% Laser cut wooden parts
  • – Also includes: wheels, servo trays, engine mount, fuel tank, decals and all hardware.
  • -Illustrated instruction manual included.
  • -SIERRA PRECISION RETRACTS, SCALE WHEELS AVAILABLE!
  • SCALE COCKPIT KIT and SCALE PILOT FIGURES AVAILABLE!
  • SCALE WHEELS WITH OR WITHOUT BRAKES AVAILABLE!

Specifications:

  • Wing Span: Approx 80″ IMAA LEGAL !!!
  • Length: Approx TBA” Flying Weight: Approx TBA lbs
  • Radio: 6 chnl. 8-9 Servos
  • Engine: 1.50 – 1.80 4-cycle Or equivalent 2-cycle
  • Gas Engine: 30cc-40cc* Does not include: retracts, radio, motor, glue, and silicone fuel line

 

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