The Ta 152 was
a high-altitude fighter-interceptor developed from the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 aircraft, but the prefix was changed from "Fw"
to "Ta" to recognize the contributions of Kurt Tank who headed
the design team.
The *Ta 152 C conceived as a medium altitude fighter used the DB 603 E
engine, a non pressurized cockpit and shorter wing span.
The first Ta
152H entered service with the Luftwaffe in January 1945. Total
production - including prototypes and pre-production aircraft
- is estimated in one source at about 220. But only some 43
production aircraft were delivered until the end of the war.
This was too late to allow the Ta 152 to have a significant
impact on the war effort.
4 piece high quality fuselage with all
the panel lines (counting
the cowl and the bottom wing belly pan). The supercharger is fiberglass molded as well as the
frame, gun-hood and cockpit scoop.
A built up wing is designed to
be detachable in 2 o3
pieces . The 2 piece option uses a center aircraft ply box and
10mm laminated ply joiner. If the builder wants
detachable wing tips, the center can be permanent fixed and
aluminum tubes can be fitted at the ribs outboard of the
landing gear. More than 400 laser cut wood parts in the
3 SHEET PLANS
AND 3 VIEWS $30 (free with kit).
of June 2019 delivery time is
7 weeks from date of order for fiberglass parts, 2 weeks for
Fiberglass fuselage with molded
panel lines and hatches, cowl
supercharger (specify C or H model), cockpit scoop, belly pan, canopy frame and
Over 400 Laser Cut ply and
balsa parts for H wing (2.88m), tail surfaces, firewall and fuselage formers $360
(excludes wing spars and stringers)
Ta152 Spinner: 127mm. Carbon Fiber cone and machined alum. back
plate, with M5x120 mounting bolt. $115.00
Blown canopy (late style clear section )
Model C supercharger scoop (included in the fuselage kit) $
Available Landing gear and
Fiberglass fuselage with
built up wing/tail surfaces Span: H wing 2.88m/113.7 " - C wing
Airfoil NACA 23016/23012
Weight: 12-14 kg./26-30 lbs
Release time: Spring 2013.