Big, Bad, Bomber! 1/3-scale B-25

Jun 19, 2014 3 Comments by

Last weekend, spectators and attendees at the Weston Park RC Show in England were treated to an amazing flight of a 326-pound B-25 Mitchell, flown by Roland Sabatschus, one of three brothers who spent more than 5 years building it. The 20-foot-span bomber is powered by two 400cc Moki 4-strokes and controlled by six receivers and 30 servos!! Thanks to  Peter and Dean Coxon (aka Tbobborap1) for capturing this flight on video and posting it to YouTube!


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3 Responses to “Big, Bad, Bomber! 1/3-scale B-25”

  1. Bill Walters says:

    Thanks so much for this great video on a great giant scale model.
    This B-25 is so kool, I liked the landing and how the plane weather veined into the wind, it looked so real.
    The 109′s were great to, would like more info on them.

    Thank you Debra and Model Airplane News.


  2. Pat Corkran says:

    This is a great video of the plane I love almost as much as the F4U. I have been in RC for about 16 years and really think it’s great when someone takes the time to make these videos and do it professionally. Only part I didn’t like was when the crowd was shown, the scan was much to fast.

  3. Robert says:


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