1/3-Scale B-25 Mitchell Bomber 22 feet of RC Excitment

1/3-Scale  B-25 Mitchell Bomber  22 feet of RC Excitment

Imagine the exciting feeling of flying a big giant scale RC bomber at a warbird event. Now super size that feeling with a 1/3-scale, 270 inch span Mitchell B-25! That’s more than 22 feet and powered by a pair of big 400cc 5-cylinder radial gas engines. This amazing RC monster took 6 years to build and is valued at 20,000 Euro. Flown with a pair of Messerschmitt  Me 109s at the Weston Park Model Airshow the Mitchell was the stare of the show.

Thanks to Essential RC for posting this video.


  1. Fantastic build. Would be amazing to see up close and witness the flight. Great article.

  2. My Dad was a Bombardier in the B25 during WW2. This is a great video and what a work of art. Beautiful Airplane.

  3. Too bad it was lost to pilot error!!

  4. Great video for those who ever wondered what adverse yaw looks like when rudder isn’t coordinated with the aileron

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