On this page we list the best rc warbirds with tips and information on all types of rc warbirds from WWII trainers to fighters.
1. Mustang P51D
Mustang P51D is 100% built and ready-to fly. The Mustang under cambered reflex airfoil assures that this plane is very easy to fly. The extremely rugged EP construction makes it an excellent choice for first time pilots. The mustan is turned via thrust-differential between the twin motors. It is far more difficult to over-control a model airplane using this type of directional control and this makes the mustang a more stable aircraft. The [5iD looks extremely cool and flies great.
2. WWI German Warbird: Messerschmitt ME 109
Forces of Valor 1:32 Scale German ME 109 Red 29 is an accurate replica of the The Messerschmitt ME 109 a German World War II fighter aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt in the early 1930s. It was one of the first true modern fighters of the era, including such features as an all-metal monocoque construction, a closed canopy, and retractable landing gear.
Other notable mentions:
Wattage’s famous F4U Corsair warbird legend is in a class by itself. Flown by Pappy Boyington’s “Black sheep squadron,” it ruled the skies in the pacific during WWII.
The P47 Thunderbolt was affectionately nicknamed the “Jug,” and was one of the fastest, largest, and most heavily armed fighters of WWII. Nearly 60 years have passed since the thunderbolt was used to train the pilots who fought and died in the skies over Europe and the Pacific. Now, this warbird will have you flying and enjoying this classic airplane’s many scale details. the aerobatic yet forgiving flight performance and the ease of construction that the thunderbolt can provide.
As one of the most easily recognized fighters of WWII, the P51 Miss America 60-Size ARF R/C Airplane w/Retracts was escorting bombers to Berlin, but it served in all theaters of the war. It’s an agile, but stable fighter that’s ready for duty. This kit is recommended for the person with previous low-wing experience.