Take a trip back in time with this classic light aircraft design from the 1930's. The B.A. Eagle was born in the UK in 1934 an became the Eagle II in 1935. This is the basis for the Black Horse version and she carries the red/silver livery so popular in that era.
Although nominally a light aircraft, the design is sleek and in keeping with many racers of the day. Like the full size, the Black Horse version has flaps for slower landings and predictable slow speed flying. The wing section has been carefully chosen to enhance the speed envelope and allow scale flight to be a pure joy.
Even hiding a highly recommended engine like the OS GGT-15 is fairly easy as the careful orientation of the engine allows most of the silencer to be inside the cowl. An electric motor and ESC would be all but invisible!