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The Fiat CR.42 Falco ("Falcon", plural: Falchi) was a single-seat sesquiplane fighter developed and produced by Italian aircraft manufacturer Fiat Aviazione. It served primarily in Italy's Regia Aeronautica both before and during the Second World War.
The CR.42 was an evolutionary design of Fiat’s earlier CR.32 fighter, featuring a more powerful supercharged Fiat A.74R1C.38 air-cooled radial engine and aerodynamic improvements to its relatively clean exterior surfaces. The aircraft...
Super Scorpion is an enlarged radio-controlled version of a vintage "Old Timer" free flight, now spanning 66" and designed, it appears, for a .35 CID gasoline or glow engine. Rudder, elevator, and throttle control are the intended control scheme, and the CAD plans are nicely composed, thanks to Lubo Hrncar of Cooperative Plans Service. The 'cabin' design is definitely "old school" and the elliptical planform flying surfaces will reward the patient builder with...
Seraph is a competitive free flight "Nordic A2" towline glider designed in the early 1950s for the FAI F1A free flight event by D. C. Butler. The Seraph is launched with a 50 meter (164 foot) towline and the wing airfoil is an under cambered NACA 6409. The constant chord wing would be easier to build than a tapered wing planform, and the plan details the movable 'auto-rudder' that allows a straight tow and a circling glide after the towline is released.
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