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Jim Mayfield designed this 29" span semi-delta wing control-line aircraft as a
testbed for a larger precision aerobatic stunter. An obvious and unique
feature is the motor installed on the right wing panel's leading edge at a steep
angle! Flight performance is good and the model is capable of flying a complete
AMA stunt pattern while maintaining excellent line tension is evidently!
The tapered fully-symmetrical wing airfoil requires careful jigging during construction,
and in addition...
Small CL stunt trainer with full fuselage and built up wings designed by the late mr Shigemi Morimoto for his own model company:: Hobbylandia from Rio de Janeiro
This design is from the 60´s and it is really a very good performer with good small engines such as Enya 09, OS 10 among others
This CAD plan was traced by Sergio A Daeuble using an unbuilt kit as a guide
A very well done work with much fun to offer to the small CL planes fans !
"Dear Fred, hope that you are going very fine! Well, I'm sending you the plans of a Brazillian classic from 60/70s. It's the 'Condor', designed by Sergio Ambrogi and kitted by the late Brazilian company, MOBRAL (Modeslismo do Brasil). This ship was a great winner at the time: Brazilian F2B Champion in 1966, 1967 and 1968; South American F2B champ in 1968. This plans was traced in CAD by the Eng Sergio Alberto Daeuble from vintage drawings, a semi plan from the model and with the great...
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