Park Scale Micro/Indoor Kits

Novice and expert builders alike will appreciate the low cost, scale outlines and flying characteristics of the Park Scale Models© Whim SeriesTM line of micro/indoor aircraft. Simplified construction, low parts count and interlocking/self aligning design ensures building success even for the novice builder.

The Whim Series. kits are engineered to build fast! You can have your plane built and ready to fly in as little as 10-12 hours*. This means you get to spend less time building and more time flying. Plus, the "No Plans" construction means you can build virtually any time and any place you have a small flat, stable work surface! So you can build any time a "Whim" strikes you!

New pilots will appreciate the slow and stable flying characteristics. Durable all balsa construction and low weight help to minimize possible damage from flying mishaps. Should any damage occur, most repairs can be made in the field with some CA glue.

Experienced pilots will love doing up close low-n-slow fly-by's, shooting touch-n-go's and exploring the flight envelope with mild aerobatics like loops, spins and stall turns.

The hallmark of all Park Scale Models' designs has always been low total airframe cost and this extends to the Whim SeriesTM line of kits as well. Costs are kept low by utilizing low cost, conventional micro RC gear along with an innovative electronics tray that allows you to move the receiver and speed controller to any of the Whim Series. airframes in a matter of minutes.

Read more about the Whim Series on RC Groups.


Park Scale Whim Series Hawker Hind

A 20" span indoor/micro model of the Hawker Hind. The British Hawker Hind was a Royal Air Force light bomber of the inter-war years. The Hind went into service in November 1935 and eventually equipped 20 RAF bomber squadrons.

The kit design comprises fully inter-locking parts making a full size plan unnecessary. Take a look at the assembly manual which is included with the kit.

Wingspan:20.4" (51.8cm)
Length:15.75" (40cm)
Wing Area:116.4in2 (751.9cm2)
Flying Weight:~3.2oz (92gm)
Controls:Rudder, Elevator & Throttle
Power System:GWS LPS-B2C-CS w/7x6 prop or 10gm 2000Kv Brushless Outrunner w/5x4.3 prop

Recommended R/C:
Receiver:small and lightweight 3+ channel, e.g. Spektrum compatible Orange DSMX/DSM2 R615X 6 Channel Micro Receiver or DSM2 6 Channel Parkflyer Receiver.
Servos:2 sub-5g servos, e.g. Blue Arrow 3.6gm
Power System:GWS LPS-B2C-CS w/7x6 prop or 10gm 2000Kv Brushless Outrunner w/5x4.3 prop
Battery:250mAh - 350mAh 2S LiPo

Required to complete:

  • Glues (CA and epoxy) plus building tools
  • Covering material, e.g. Solarfilm So-Lite
  • Motor, battery and R/C gear as above

£ 27.00

Park Scale Whim Series Fokker D-VII

A 21" span micro/indoor model of the Fokker D.VII. The D.VII was a German World War I fighter aircraft designed by the Fokker-Flugzeugwerke. The D.VII quickly proved itself superior to existing Allied fighters and continued widespread service with many other countries in the years after World War I.

The kit design comprises fully inter-locking parts making a full size plan unnecessary. Take a look at the assembly manual which is included with the kit.

Wingspan:21" (53.3cm)
Length:17" (43.2cm)
Wing Area:133.8in2 (862.9cm2)
Flying Weight:~3.7oz (106gm)
Controls:Rudder, Elevator & Throttle

Recommended R/C:
Receiver:small and lightweight 3+ channel, e.g. Spektrum compatible Orange DSMX/DSM2 R615X 6 Channel Micro Receiver or DSM2 6 Channel Parkflyer Receiver.
Servos:2 sub-5g servos, e.g. Blue Arrow 3.6gm
Power System:GWS LPS-B2C-CS w/7x6 prop or 10gm 2000Kv Brushless Outrunner w/5x4.3 prop
Battery:250mAh - 350mAh 2S LiPo

Required to complete:

  • Glues (CA and epoxy) plus building tools
  • Covering material, e.g. Solarfilm So-Lite
  • Motor, battery and R/C gear as above

£ 38.40

Park Scale Whim Series P-51C Mustang

A 23.25" span micro/indoor model of the P-51C. The North American P-51 Mustang was the most advanced fighter in structure and aerodynamics of its day. Arguably the best combat plane of World War II, it was able to provide much needed long range bomber support and is felt to be the plane that gave the Allies final supremacy in the skies over Europe.

The kit design comprises fully inter-locking parts making a full size plan unnecessary. Take a look at the assembly manual which is included with the kit.

Wingspan:23.25" (590mm)
Length:18.5" (470mm)
Wing Area:91in2 (587cm2)
Flying Weight:~4.2oz (120gm)
Controls:Rudder, Elevator & Throttle (optional Ailerons)

Recommended R/C:
Receiver:small and lightweight 3+ channel, e.g. Spektrum compatible Orange DSMX/DSM2 R615X 6 Channel Micro Receiver or DSM2 6 Channel Parkflyer Receiver.
Servos:2 or 3 sub-5g servos (3rd servo for optional rudder), e.g. Blue Arrow 3.6gm
Power System:GWS LPS-B2C-CS w/7x6 prop or 10gm 2000Kv Brushless Outrunner w/5x4.3 prop
Battery:250mAh - 350mAh 2S LiPo

Required to complete:

  • Glues (CA and epoxy) plus building tools
  • Covering material, e.g. Solarfilm So-Lite
  • Motor, battery and R/C gear as above

£ 33.60

Park Scale Whim Series F4U Corsair

A 24.25" span micro/indoor model of the F4U fighter. The Chance Vought F4U Corsair was the most capable carrier-based fighter-bomber of World War II and served almost exclusively as a fighter-bomber throughout the Korean War. Some Japanese pilots regarded it as the most formidable American fighter of World War II, and the U.S. Navy counted an 11:1 kill ratio with the F4U Corsair. 12,571 F4U Corsairs were manufactured by Vought, in 16 separate models, in the longest production run of any piston-engined fighter in U.S. history.

The kit design comprises fully inter-locking parts making a full size plan unnecessary. Take a look at the assembly manual which is included with the kit.

Wingspan:23.25" (590mm)
Length:18.5" (470mm)
Wing Area:91in2 (587cm2)
Flying Weight:~4.2oz (120gm)
Controls:Ailerons, Elevator & Throttle

Recommended R/C:
Receiver:small and lightweight 3+ channel, e.g. Spektrum compatible Orange DSMX/DSM2 R615X 6 Channel Micro Receiver.
Servos:2 sub-5g servos, e.g. Blue Arrow 3gm
Power System:10gm 2000Kv Brushless Outrunner w/5x4.3 prop
Battery:250mAh - 350mAh 2S LiPo

Required to complete:

  • Glues (CA and epoxy) plus building tools
  • Control horns (2 for ailerons + 1 for elevator), 20swg or 22swg wire for pushrods
  • Covering material, e.g. Solarfilm So-Lite
  • Motor, battery and R/C gear as above

£ 37.20

Park Scale Mini Drake

The Mini Drake is a micro seaplane based on the Drake designed by Ken Willard. This is a great little plane that will give you hours of enjoyment on or off the water - can be flown off grass if you don't have a lake.

The kit design comprises fully inter-locking parts making a full size plan unnecessary. Take a look at the assembly manual which is included with the kit. The RC Groups discussion thread contains a wealth of useful tips and is recommended reading before starting construction.

Wingspan:23.8" (605mm)
Length:17.7" (450mm)
Wing Area:117in2 (754cm2)
Flying Weight:~4.1oz (116gm)
Controls:Rudder, Elevator & Throttle

Recommended R/C:
Receiver:small and lightweight 4 channel
Servos:2 sub-5g servos, e.g. Blue Arrow 3.6gm
Power System:10gm 2000Kv Brushless Outrunner w/5x4.3 prop
Battery:250mAh - 350mAh 2S LiPo

Required to complete:

  • Glues (CA and epoxy) plus building tools
  • Covering material, e.g. Solarfilm So-Lite
  • Motor, battery and R/C gear as above
  • Pushrods and control horns

£ 46.20

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