The Daddy-O is a sport flyer designed by Thayer Syme based on a 16" span rubber powered free flight plane designed by Jason McGuire. Extensively redesigned from Thayer's original design, the Daddy-O now features Park Scale Models trademark 'Plans-Free' laser-cut interlocking construction.
With it's classic Golden Era racer inspired lines, the Daddy-O really stands out at the flying field and looks great both on the field and in the air. With a 35" span and 210 sq.in of wing area, the Daddy-O has a wing loading that is 'just right' for park flying. Able to accept a wide variety of firewall mounted brushless motors, the Daddy-O can be powered for mild to wild performance. While not a 3D plane, the Daddy-O's large control surfaces allow for almost any normal aerobatic manuver.
The new Daddy-O design features interlocking construction, removeable wings for storage, a redesigned battery box that can accept larger batteries and removeable landing gear to allow for an optional float kit.