Childhood was awesome, then you’re wrong.
Obviously you need some cash to throw at these excellent and most expensive toys for grownup kids.
Today we’re going to explore some incredibly amazing aircraft models that you wish you’d have.
So sit back, relax and enjoy the video.
Number one: Military Airbus A400m. this is a fantastic, remote-controlled Airbus A400m built by a German aircraft model enthusiast, Hans Hep, by spending a lot of money and a total of six years.
This aircraft model is an exact replica of military cargo Airbus A400M from the popular movie Mission Impossible 5, with the leading actor, Tom Cruise.
The model weighs 92 point five pounds, or 42 kilograms, and it uses for hacker motors that are capable of producing six thousand watts of energy, and it has two radio systems with total 18 servos.
This blockbuster model first appeared at the airliner meeting and gopping in Germany, and it is needless to say that it was the star of the show.
Although it’s much smaller than the actual aircraft, its design is incredible, with each and every single detail being precisely built.
The model has a wingspan of 3.7 meters and the main body is 3.8 metres long.
Well, I think any child or pet can enjoy the ride on it due to its immense dimension.
Number two: sr-71 Blackbird.
This aircraft model is an exact replica of one of the most advanced spy planes used by the Cia, the mysterious sr-71 Blackbird.
This plane appeared in the movie x-men.
Without a doubt this expensive adult toy is the reason for me to get excited for watching how closely its elegant flying is like the real sr-71 blackbird.
The aircraft model is designed by Lothar Heinrich and flown at the event Oberon Heusen jet meet in Germany.
Thankfully, the aircraft model is powered by twin Jetcat P200 producing 57 pounds of thrust.
That’s enough thrust that helps to sr-71 to achieve its maximum speed of 170 miles per hour or 270 kilometers an hour.
The model has a wingspan of 97 inches, 177 inches long and weighs just 35 kilograms.
The aircraft is made up of the balsa and pie wood construction with fiberglass cloth at the end, resin finishing with high intensity LEDs in the exhausting duct.
Fortunately, this sr-71 toy is one of the only two flying blackbirds approved for flight in the European Union.
Number three: Antonov An-225 Whitburn spaceship.
Hans Bohr and his wife showed of their self constructed space shuttle at the 10th jet world master opening in Germany in 1997.
This model was featured in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest ever flying radio-controlled model.
Mainly, it was an exact replica of Antonov an-2 55.
It spans almost 6 meters and weighs just 25 kilograms.
The two aircrafts were merged aerodynamically well.
The small baby space shuttle was placed on the back of the Antonov an-2 55 Maria aircraft.
In addition, a single remote controller was enough to fly and control both aircrafts.
This incredible toy model has 6s Edf motors with working flaps.
Under the wings, number formed Sukhoi Su-27.
Who does it?
No, sukhoi, it’s a fighter aircraft designed by a Russian defense company, Sukhoi.
Here is the same replica of Sukhoi su-27 that was built from a car, from model kit, thanks to Jetcat P180
Rx turbine and the power box, mercury, capable of performing every possible kind of aerobatic maneuvers.
It flies just like the real sukhoi su-27, with a similar sound of the engine too, and there are special LEDs installed inside the exhausting duct for replicating the visual effects of the burning flames.
This expensive toy is 3.1 meters long and weighs just 24 kilograms, and it has Jr6 3/11 servos with the jet tronic air retracting gear system.
The aircraft model has been phoned by Andrea’s M on the J, our 28 X long-range signal transmitter, number 5, Kalinin K7.
If you like flying really big toys or unique aircraft, then this 16 foot span.
Canon K7 might just be what you’re looking for, with an extraordinary wingspan and immense dimension.
This monster plane is ready to cruise the skies.
Only one full-size K7 was ever built and it crashed after seven flights due to a tail boom- structural failure.
So it’s doubtful you’ll run into another Rc version at the next to giant scale.
Flying with 615 CC Asp gas engines and an electric pusher motor, the 99 pound model has plenty of power.
It’s built up from wood and equipped with 16 service brakes, steerable nose and wheels, and it can be disassembled into six modules for easier transport.
It’s built by the great Rc model enthusiast, Rainier Mattel, and this unusual aircraft from Switzerland can be yours for around fourteen thousand dollars.
Well, I know I’m gonna buy it.
Number six: Mcdonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle.
This 1/8 scale jet aircraft was beautifully designed for single turbine engine operation.
The F-15 is constructed using epoxy composite fiberglass and Nomex honeycomb to make the lightest and most robust model possible.
It’s elegantly designed wings are removable, with pre-installed interlocking vertical and horizontal control system, elevator and flaps.
Besides, its stainless exhaust has pre-installed LEDs and it’s turbine produces 17 to 35 pounds of propulsion with 4.7 liters of a fuel tank.
Even though the aircraft model has a wingspan of 63 inches and 90 inches long body.
All features combined make it the ultimate flying beast in the air number 7, mil mi-24 Hind.
An Italian model Enthusiast, Mirko’s Ani built the impressive 1/7 scale replica of Mil mi-24 Hind attack helicopter.
The Electric Powered heli has eight foot rotor span and can fly for up to eight minutes on 12 S 1600 Mah lipo battery.
The mechanics and the components are developed by a company: heli classics.
Well, this excellent radio-controlled helicopter weighs just 25 kilograms and power efficient.
Pal Taurus 12 kilowatt turbine powers it.
Mh-53 J Pavlo, the third in the world of Rc models.
There are some spectacularly detailed and realistic models out there, but perhaps none more detailed then this Sikorsky Pablo helicopter.
This bird was showcased and flown in Switzerland at the Swiss heli challenge 2016.
This Padfone model is massive and powerful, featuring turbine engine for power, and is insanely detailed in the battlefield due to its incredibly artistic paint job.
The whole crowd went wild when it first appeared in the show.
Moreover, the flight was so realistic that you can’t differentiate it with the real one.
Actually, it retract.
It’s a landing gear for a better flight.
Number 9 ch 113 Labrador.
This keep toy is towing an incredibly designed helicopter which has two excellent rotor blades in swiss heli challenge 2016.
It’s not every day you see a fantastic artistic masterpiece of an Rc plane or helicopter.
If someone is going to spend a year building something, not to mention spending thousands of dollars, they better know how to fly.
If not, that’s a quick way to lose all of the time and money that you worked so hard for.
This military tandem helicopter is 2.3 meters long and weighs just 22 kilograms.
Moreover, its dual 20 centimeter long rotary blades are powered by Contra Neck Pyro 850 motor, which is controlled by Contra net cosmic 200hp Esc.
This 1/6 scale model is equipped with a double 6s 8000 milli ampere battery.
Number 10 Boeing 747.
This incredible aircraft is modeled after the actual Boeing 747 jumbo jet and pretty much mimics it in every way, except that it’s 113th in size, which makes it an enormous model airplane.
Its wingspan is 16 feet wide.
It’s nearly 18 feet long and weighs about 150 pounds or 70 kilograms.
Ah deep, it’s built it
And it’s pretty damn incredible.
It sounds like the real thing, it takes off, it lands and flies like the real thing, and from far away it really does look like the real thing altogether.
The project took more than 2,000 hours to accomplish, probably making the pilots somewhat nervous during its first flight, for Iq hammer turbines powers this crazy toy, and I really want to get this toy.
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