The most famous British scout plane of World War 1. Designed and built by the Royal Aircraft Factory, 2,973 S.E. 5 and 5A machines had been delivered by October 1918. Mostly employed on the western front, the balance were used in training units in Great Britain.
Laser cut balsa parts.
Designed to be flown rubber powered, with a .020 gas engine or built as a display model.
Scale plastic radial engine, plastic wheels, plastic propeller, complete set of genuine decals, tissue covering, rubber motor, firewall, light weight plastic nose cowl.
Super detailed plans.