The Verville Air Coach was a four passenger, high-wing monoplane designed in 1927 by Alfred V. Verville and produced by his company, Verville Aircraft Company. It was a comfortable, good-looking cabin monoplane which sold for $10,500. The plane made its debut at the Detroit Air Show in 1929.
The Peter Rake design is fully CAD drawn with a detailed plan set and laser cut parts in balsa and plywood. Builder to add stripwood and covering material.
Suits 400 size brushless motors and rudder, elevator and ESC for motor.
Wingspan 40” span
Scale 1.0”= 1ft