Bi Plane Wood Model Kit

(8 customer reviews)

$24.95

Let’s go back in time with this great Bi-Plane model. Its realistic look and spinning propeller provide and exciting project to create and play with.

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Let’s go back in time with this great Bi-Plane model. Its realistic look and spinning propeller provide and exciting project to create and play with. This LazerModel is made from 100% Baltic Birch Plywood giving it a great rustic look, but if you want, you can paint it. We suggest using wood glue or regular white craft glue; do not use a glue gun, gorilla glue, epoxies, or instant glues. This model takes about 2-3 hours to build. All our LazerModels are Laser Cut in house and that allows us to proudly say “Made in the United States of America”.

Model Size: 10″ Long, 3.5″ Tall, 11″ Wide, Dimensions are Approx.

 

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Weight .9 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 4 × 2 in
Age Appropriate (or younger with supervision)

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Wood Model Kits ~ By LazerModels

8 reviews for Bi Plane Wood Model Kit

  1. Bill Bob

    Snoppy eat your heart out

  2. Bobby

    This is a great gift and was fun to build. Great job.

  3. Larry

    This reminds me of the Red Baron it was fun to build very unique Item

  4. John

    I love this plane it is so realistic and looks old that makes it so cool. Thought about painting it but decided I like the wood look.

  5. Mr.Sir

    Super cool. Looks very realistic, good job!

  6. JoeB

    Great fun assembling, good result.

  7. Kunous

    Just because the instruction graphics are 2D, it was a little confused at the first beginning. Once you get used to it, it will get easier. The wing tip (the small part that holds the wing together) is pretty fragile, need to touch it with caution.

  8. David D. Smith

    Bought this at one of your events in SD. Instructions were easy to follow and parts were easy to identify.

    Only issue I had was would have liked them to still be on a spruce. All those loose parts could allow for loosing something if not careful in dumping out of packaging.

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