SebArt's long anticipated 2011 releases have just arrived in the form of this 50-size PC-21 (above) and a Macchi MC-72 representing the type that held the world speed record in the 1930s.
Each available in one of three beautiful colour schemes, the models have been designed around Hacker A50-14S outrunners although both can use i.c. power thanks to optional conversion kits.
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The PC-21 spans 59" (151cm) and includes electric retractable undercarriage, sprung oleos and wheels while the MC-72 spans 59" (152cm) and can be landed on grass thanks to small wheels on the float underside.
The PC-21 is £310 while the Macchi is £280 from all good Area-51 stockists.
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