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Post  skylane42 on Mon Sep 08, 2014 9:11 am

Cox Fairchild 24 ARF RC airplane.  This model is long out of production and is considered a collectable.  You can make it fly if you want to.  The plane is blow molded plastic and comes with the .049 cox motor installed.  Plane weight without any RC gear is 20 ounces.  I have had this RC airplane hanging in my basement for a number of years and have decided to free up some space.  The plane is like new in that it has only been assembled, motor never started.  The slot for the RC radio switch has been cut in the left fuselage side.

I do not have the original packaging .  No RC gear comes with the Fairchild.  What you see is what you get.  Does include the assembly manual.  The plane will be shipped partially disassembled to help save on shipping cost.  It is easy to put back together following the instructions..

Asking $120.00 shipped
Shipping to the lower CONUS only.

I would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
email me at for pictures.  I can`t figure out how to insert from my computer.

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