The launch stand doesn't come with the kit I'm afraid, though I could supply a drawing. It was designed to fly and has done many times. Here is the full spec.
SpaceCraft 1/12th scale V2 Kit specification.
The model is based on detailed study of photographs, copies of the original drawings of the V2, and observations of three V2 rockets on display in London museums. Great effort has been taken to accurately replicate the detail of the V2’s construction such as the riveting and panelling sections of the rocket.
Although it is made in totally different materials, the construction of the model is similar in principle to the real rocket, with a rigid inner frame covered by a thin outer aerodynamic skin. The main parts, Nose, Fuselage and Tail replicate the main components in the original rocket. I have made the model as light as possible and it has been satisfactorily flown on F24-4W and G35-4W motors. Because of the various sizes of motors can vary the kit will not necessarily contain the motor mount size you require and I have assumed that you will be competent enough to make the size you require. If you want to try different sized motors, build adapters that will fit in the 42mm body tube. Although it is designed to be flown the model can alternatively be built as a static model for display only.
It is supplied with transfers for the versions of the V2 flown in the USA in the 1940s/1950s and, suitably painted, the number markings for the tactical versions flown by the Germans in WW2.
It would be possible to convert the kit into a Bumper/WAC version as flown by the U.S.A.
Dimensions of built rocket:
The built model is 117cm. (46") high and 30 cm. (11.63") span. The fuselage diameter is 13.75 cm ( 5.4") It weighs approx. 850 gms (1lb.14oz.) (Not including propellant and parachute) The final weight will depend on the amount of adhesives, fillers and paint used to complete model.
The kit components
The kit consist mainly of 5 mm (0.2”) foam board parts and clear PVC vacuum formings made from 5 micron stock. (After forming many parts are thinner than this) The fuselage spars are made of pre-cut 1/8" ply. The small panels and hatches details are formed in 2 micron PVC.
There are a lengths of 42mm (1.65”) diameter and 67mm (2.64") body tube that provide the core of the model. In addition there are card components and metal clips. The model has been divided into three main components : the Nose,
the main Fuselage
and the Tail
section. These parts are coded N, F,
respectively. Each is built separately and then combined for flight. There are detailed instructions and a 1/12th. scale drawing.
N.B. The foam board and vacuum formed parts need careful trimming to prepare prior to assembly
This model was made in small quantities and so the components will need more hand preparation than a mass produced kit. It is very demanding to build and should only be tackled by experienced modellers. Similarly, it is not advised that you attempt to fly it unless you have previous experience and are familiar with model rocketry safety codes.
If you require any further information or photos, please email me at; [email protected]