Designed by Matty Laird in 1931, the Super Solution racer was designed to minimize all frontal area to reduce drag and obtain the maximum possible speed. Out of the factory just 5 days before the Bendix cross country race- from Burbank, California to Cleveland, Ohio, the plane had some initial stability issues, but they were corrected overnight and the plane flew the next day.
Skill Level: 2
- Decals for two versions
- Painting and assembly required
- Injection-molded plastic parts with surface details
*Cement is recommended for polystyrene plastic*