Full Size Printed Plans Not a KIT or MODEL
Vintage plan 1974
P 26 "Pea-Shooter"
Full Size printed plan on a sheet 41" x 29" 20 lb bond
Six page article with building notes and photos
Engine .46- .60
by Jack Sheeks
If you decide to build it. It's very impressive in the air and looks quite realistic. If you wish there are many details that can be added and a slew of paint schemes that can be used. So on with and up with Semi-Scale Stunters. Build a "Pea-Shooter."
It was the first all metal American fighter to go into full production and our first production fighter plane in a monoplane configuration. It was also the last open cockpit, fixed undercarriage plane accepted by the Army for service. This is also Boeing's last production fighter plane which brought to an end fifteen years of being the leading manufacturer of fighter planes for both the Army and the Navy.
The real ship sported a 27' 111/2" wingspan and a length of 23' 10". Its maximum speed was 234 mph.
Thank you for your interest