The Laird Super Solution, built in the early 1930s by Matty Laird for the Cleveland Speed Foundation was the first winner of the Bendix Trophy race from Burbank to Cleveland where it was flown by Maj. James H. Doolittle. Other than being a biplane, it was similar in appearance to the Gee Bee racer. It was an advanced design for the time because of the relatively clean aerodynamic construction and tight engine cowling.
Laird Super Solution
Laird Super Solution Balsa Kit.
We are pleased to introduce a new series of 24 inch wing span models featuring three Tompson Trophy Racers. This model of the Laird Super Solution contains over 100 laser cut parts.
Laird Super Solution with its 100 plus laser cut parts will have beginners astonished by the ease of construction, while experienced modelers will appreciate the quality materials and precision laser cut parts. This kit is just one of many selections representing exciting models that captures the best model aviation has to offer. Besides offering the cleanest laser cuts and most comprehensive plans of any free flight kit we provide many other quality features. Hand Selected Balsa, Color Peel and Stick Decals, 9 inch Plastic Propeller, Full Size Plan, F.A.I. Rubber, Step by Step Instructions, Vacuum Molded Parts, Light Weight Colored Tissue
Balsa wood scale model kit, beautifully detailed replica.