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    Cessna Airmaster model airplane plan

    Cessna Airmaster

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    Cessna Airmaster. Plan MA 308. Type Model FF Scale Sport Civil. Wingspan 33in.Highwing. Engine Diesel .5 - .8cc. Designer P.M.H Lewis. Magazine Model Aircraft May 1959.

    Cessna Airmaster Details:
    Type: Airplane
    Class: Free-Flight
    Use: Civilian
    Motor: Diesel-Powered
    Wingspan: 75cm-To-100cm (30in-To-40in)
    Publisher: Model Aircraft
    Designer: P.M.H Lewis
    Date: 05/1959
    Plan File Info:
    ID: 92746
    File Size: 1.5 MB
    Downloads: 309
    Comments: 0
    Listing Editor: hlsat
    Added: 21/09/2015 15:25
    Updated: 21/09/15 04:28:52pm

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    Stitts Ultralight model airplane plan

    Stitts Ultralight  ( 30 in. / 76.2 cm )

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    This is a free flight semi-scale sport airplane designed to be flown outdoors

    Stitts Ultralight Details:
    Type: Airplane
    Class: Free-Flight
    Use: Sport
    Motor: Glow-Powered
    Wingspan: 30 in. / 76.2 cm
    Publisher: Flying Models
    Designer: Tom Henebry
    Date: 05/1959
    Plan File Info:
    ID: 91211
    File Size: 1.7 MB
    Downloads: 108
    Comments: 0
    Listing Editor: gkraemer
    Added: 24/05/2015 10:15
    Updated: 21/08/16 02:37:08am

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    SE5 model airplane plan

    SE5  ( 39.5 in. / 100.3 cm )

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    Alternate power sources: diesel, electric

    SE5 Details:
    Type: Airplane
    Class: Free-Flight
    Use: Fighter
    Motor: Glow-Powered
    Wingspan: 39.5 in. / 100.3 cm
    Publisher: Model Airplane News
    Designer: Norman Deitchman
    Date: 05/1959
    Plan File Info:
    ID: 90558
    File Size: 4.9 MB
    Downloads: 232
    Comments: 0
    Listing Editor: gkraemer
    Added: 24/05/2015 10:12
    Updated: 20/11/15 02:51:13am

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    Eager Eagle model airplane plan

    Eager Eagle  ( 42 in. / 106.7 cm )

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    The Eager Eagle featured in the 1959 American Modeler Magazine has a span of 42 inches and an overall length of 29 inches.

    Eager Eagle Details:
    Type: Airplane
    Class: Free-Flight
    Use: Thermal
    Motor: Glow-Powered
    Wingspan: 42 in. / 106.7 cm
    Publisher: American Modeler
    Date: 05/1959
    Plan File Info:
    ID: 80898
    File Size: 731.9 KB
    Downloads: 39
    Comments: 0
    Listing Editor: Samui
    Added: 26/03/2015 23:30
    Updated: 12/03/19 03:58:55pm

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