CARF L-39 Albatros Transformer Scheme
L-39 Albatros (Transformer Scheme)
The CARF Models L-39 Albatros in the "Transformer Scheme" is flown in Germany by Thomas Singer an Wolfgang Kluehr in formation. Due to the high demands for thoas painting we offer them as a finished painting now.
If you are planning to build an L-39 Albatros in the near future, then it’s wise to go with the CARF Models L-39 Albatros. For several reasons:
Highest prefabrication, even if we don’t want to use the word ARF, it will come close to it
Designed by the 4-times Jet World Champion Stephan Voelker based on all his experience with the high-end model jet technology
Built at the sophisticated production plant of CARF Models, using the very best materials and extraordinary quality control
Straight forward build, following an exact and complete instruction manual
Well engineered, tested and proven scale landing gear available
Great flight envelop, slow flight, aerobatics capabilities
Well organized CARF typical spare parts supply and after sales service
CARF Models does not supply empty fiberglass shells and a wealth of plywood formers to be installed by the modeler. A CARF Model and so the L-39 Albatros can’t be called “builder’s kit”, it is as highly prefabricated as you can imagine, so that you do not have to purchase additional “further building stages” at extra cost. CARF includes this free of charge for you. Look through the photos to see what you get for your money.
Excuse our excitement, but: Get one! It’s awesome!
- Wingspan: 93" (2375 mm)
- Length: 119" (3030 mm)
- Weight: 43-46 Lbs (19.50- 21 kg) dry
- Engine: 160 N
- Servos: 8 high class digital servos