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Former scale kit from Mobral Modelismo do Brasil from the NA T-6 Texan with a wingspan of 93 cm and made for engines in the .15 to .20 range.
This kit was from the 60´s to 70´s period.
Despite being a expensive kit at the time and also with a complex building this kit was desire of most of the U/C fliers from that period.
The work presented here was very well made plan by our friend Sérgio Alberto Daeuble with participation of another friend that is Edson Luiz Trierweiller from...
Traditional and well succeeded kit from the late Casa Aerobras from São Paulo.
It was a semi scale kit for scale C/L flying with a wingspan of 95 cm and engine target range from .15 to 25.
The present model is a scale version of the original CAP - 4 Paulistinha, also known as PAULISTINHA P-56, that is and was a very well suceeded light
aviation trainer and civil multi role aircraft.
In reality this one is the second generation from this model, beeing the first one a smaller plane with a...
Ron Jacobsen designed the 2T, a 2 channel (rudder and elevator control) sport model sized for a .049 to .07 CID glow engine; a Cox
Golden Bee with integral tank is suggested on the plans. The model was kitted by Ace R/C and used Ace's foam wings - one
constant chord section, two tapered sections, for a 51" wingspan. Ace foam wings aren't available commercially these days but the 2T's design
approach - a simple light and easy-building structure - would be well suited for a low-effort...
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