All kits are made to order. There is a four to six-week turnaround on all kits from date of order. This may be shorter but never longer.
Please note: Due to supply issues only built up wing sets are available at present.

  • Dart 15

    £220.00
    The Slingsby Type 51 Dart is a single-seat competition glider designed in the early 1960s, initially as a 15 m span Standard Class aircraft but evolved into an Open Class, 17 m sailplane. Wing and tailplane are all built up, Sheet and strip materials to be supplied by the builder. Span: 118″ Scale: 1/5 Radio: 4 ch weight 6 lbs   Dart 15 Brochure 
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  • HP 18

    £250.00
    The HP–18 is a Richard Schreder-designed metal Racing Class sailplane that was offered as a kit for homebuilding during the 1970s and 1980s. Wing and tailplane is all built up, Sheet and strip materials to be supplied by the builder. Span: 150″ Scale: 1/4 Radio4 ch weight 9-10 lbs Brochure download
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  • Pick 20

    £250.00
    The PIK-20 sailplane was designed at the Helsinki University of Technology by Pekka Tammi, with advice from Ilkka Rantasalo and Raimo Nurminen. The prototype first flew in October 1973. Wing and tailplane is all built up, Sheet and strip materials to be supplied by the builder. Span: 150″ Scale: 1:4 Radio: 4 ch weight 9-10 lbs Pik-20 Brochure
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  • The Schleicher ASW 17 is a single-seat Open Class sailplane that was built by the German manufacturer Alexander Schleicher GmbH & Co. It was also known as the Super Orchidee Span: 198″ Scale: 1:4 Radio: 4 – 5 ch weight 12.5 – 14 lbs Brochure download
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  • The wings supplied are for the long version, the 16.600 meter ASW20 BL open class glider giving a span of <> 190 inches (4.7Metre). To make the 15 metre version you would require to cut the tips down to make a wing of 169 inches . Span: 190″ (4.7Metre) Scale 1:3.5 Radio: 4 -5 ch weight 12 lbs ASW-20 Brochure
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  • Vega

    £250.00
    The Vickers-Slingsby T-65 Vega is a 15-metre class glider which first flew on 3 June 1977. Of fibreglass construction, it features options to do the following: Linked camber-changing flaps and airbrakes, you can also add a commercially available retractable main and tailwheel. Wing and tailplane are all built up, Sheet and strip materials to be supplied by the builder. Span: 156″ Scale: 1/4 Radio4 -5 ch weight 12 lbs Vega Brochure
    285 Downloads
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