Guillow’s Cadet Model Kit

(8 customer reviews)

$32.12

Last updated on February 9, 2024 4:11 pm Details

Description

  • The Cadet is step 2 – a simple design that introduces stick-and-tissue construction
  • Build-N-Fly models are ideal for individual use or for group model building such as in scouts or a school class
  • Each kit contains the right combination of building material and “power package” where needed to assemble an attractive model with good flying ability
  • Guillow’s – your one source for model plane kits since 1926
  • Made in the USA

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Additional information

Brand

Guillow

Theme

Building

Item Dimensions LxWxH

16 x 1 x 5 inches

Material

Rubber

Item Weight

5.3 ounces

Style

Box

Product Dimensions

16 x 1 x 5 inches

Item model number

4201

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Manufacturer

Flat River Group

Date First Available

October 2, 2001

8 reviews for Guillow’s Cadet Model Kit

  1. Ginger

    Getting Back Into Modeling After 20yrs This Helped Me To Remember To Be Patient, DON’T Get In A Hurry.

  2. Daniel, The Engineer

    Weeeeeeeee!!!!!

  3. christopher c. castle

    A simple stick model that builds easy, but flies only average. This very same model sold for 79 cents in the 70s

  4. Krispin

    I’ve been making these since I was a kid 30 years ago, and my dad was making these when he was a kid 50 years ago. They haven’t changed at all.

  5. Bob C

    I thought I was buying a plane already assembled, however there is a great deal of work needed to put this together. The pieces are nothing more than sticks of balsa wood and tissue paper. It has taken over three hours to put this model plane together. It does however fly pretty well when completed – but it’s definitely not worth it.

  6. alnvilma

    I have a bunch of balsa pieces.
    Next time, I’m going to a real store.

  7. P. Miller

    For what it is worth… it is durable, but the reason I rated a 3 is because, lets face it, it is a balsa wood plane!

    Great model to begin my venture into building a flying model!

  8. Jerry L. Bashor

    Materials a little thin, had some trouble to keep the wings from warping.

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