Pre-Order NOW/ Reservation Details – Please read this information carefully before ordering:
- We are now accepting pre-orders for the VQ Beechcraft T-42 COCHISE 69″ Wingspan US ARMY VERSION BARON EP/GP MODEL. The current expected arrival date for this shipment is Late March 2018 as container has left factory now and is on the water. Any changes to the ETA will be posted on this page. Exact arrival dates are not exact as there are many variables that can speed up or delay the arrival. Please note if you pre-order you are guaranteed a model included in the shipment. We cannot “reserve” a model from the shipment if it is not pre-paid.
- This is a high demand product, so we strongly recommend pre-ordering if you wish to receive a unit from this shipment. We will not have another shipment of these models before mid-summer, so please plan ahead!!!
- In order to reserve your VQ Beechcraft T-42 COCHISE 69″ Wingspan US ARMY VERSION EP/GP model your payment will be processed at the time your pre-order is placed.
- Pre-order here now!
- Photo of Full Scale Aircraft , our model will have the cabin windows of our VQ BEECHCRAFT BARON .
ALL NEW VQ Beechcraft T-42 COCHISE 69″ Wingspan Model .25-.35 EP/GP Class Model !
Optional factory VQ Electric retracts with oleo strut will be available.
T-42 / T-42AT Cochise History:
The T-42 is the military version of the Beechcraft B-55B Beech Baron. This four-place, fixed-wing, command transport, liaison, and trainer has a ceiling of 19,700 ft, cruises at 175 kts, and features a range of 800 nm with maximum payload. A development of “Travel Air“, the “Baron” first flew on February 29, 1960. A total of over 4500 “Baron” were built.
- “Baron” B-55 – six-seat passenger aircraft, 255 hp engines, introduced in 1961
- “Baron” D-55 – four- or six-passenger aircraft, 285 hp engines
- “Turbo Baron” – D-55 with 375 hp turbocharged engines, first flight May 19, 1967
- “Baron” B-58 – longer fuselage, IO-520C 285 hp engines, introduced in 1979, in 1984 upgraded to IO-550C 300 hp engines
- “Baron” B-58P – pressurized cabin, TSIO-520-WB 325 hp engines
- “Baron” B-58TC – TSIO-520L 301 hp engines
- T-42 “Cochise” – instrument flight trainer for US Army
The Operation Support Airlift (OSA) Command was created in FY 92 and combined Active and Reserve Component OSA operations, began the retirement of non-standard aircraft (T-42, U-8, U-21), and started the modernization of the remaining fleet of C-12, C-20, C-21 and C-26 airplanes. In June 1993 the Chief of Staff Army gave the continental United States (CONUS) OSA mission to the ARNG.
-Wingspan: 1760mm – 69 in
– RTF Minimum Weight: 7.50-8.25 lbs (Will Vary with Equipment Used)
– Radio: 6-7 channels – 4 (2 if EP) standard and 4 mini size servos -19grams (two aileron, two flap)***
– Engine: .25-.35 Two Stroke, .52 Four Stroke***
– Motor: .25-.35 Electric equivalent***
– Functions: Ailerons/Elevator/Rudder/Throttle/Flaps/Retracts
– Optional Retractable Landing Gear ***