• Benja Tiger Moth
  • Benja Tiger Moth
  • Benja Tiger Moth
  • Benja Tiger Moth
  • Benja Tiger Moth
  • Benja Tiger Moth

Benja Tiger Moth


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Benja Tiger Moth


Scale 1 to 2.6

Wingspan 135.4 inches

Length 110.3 inches

Weight ca. 49 lbs+




Cockpit Panel at

Valach VM120Inline

Zenoah G62 geardrive


Museum scale flying propellers

Museum scale instrument panels


Control sticks


The deHavilland D.H. 82 Tiger Moth was developed from the D.H. 60M Gipsy Moth. First flown in October of 1931, the D.H. 82 faced stiff competition to become the basic trainer for Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF). However, after the trials were held, the Tiger Moth emergedthe clear winner, with 35 of the craft being ordered.

This is a CAD designed and CNC cut kit. Everything comes together via the tab-lock system, making this build progress quicker and more rewarding than the traditional style of design and construction. The kit contains precision-cut parts from selected plywood, poplar and birch which fit together perfectly and allow for a short building time.The hardware packs include everything you will need to complete the model, with the exception of covering material and glue.

The kit gives you the option to build the plane with a detachable tail section for transport.This complete kit includes:Complete set of wood parts, all brass fittings are included and CNC milled, composite GRP cowling, prefabricated cabane struts, landing gear, composite GRP wing-strut covers, aileron, elevator and rudder control linkage, aluminum tubes, brace wires, windscreen,construction drawings, building instructions  and lots of small hardware parts.


Custom made fabric wingbags of the finest quality are available. Even custom schemes can be done.