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This model is built very near to scale based on actual dimensions. It has animateable features such as propeller, rudder, stabilator, ailerons and landing gear doors. This model is fully textured. Seating is also included. This model is available in several different formats.
For the last three decades, the training fleet has been dominated by two aircraft: the Cessna 150/152 and the Piper PA-28 Cherokee, later called the Warrior. Introduced early in 1961, the low-wing PA-28 marked a fundamental change for Piper. The basic PA-28 design has been the template for numerous Piper two-, four, and six-place singles, and even a couple of twins. PA-28-161 Warrior II is a four-place, fixed landing gear landplane, first certified on November 1976. Changes from the PA-28-160 include a tapered wing.