Hanriot HD-1 - Radio control 1/6th scale biplane fighter for .45 - .60 power.
Quote: - "Fly back to WWI with this R/C fighter designed by the French and made famous by the Italians. Our model is built to a true scale of 2in to the foot. While an examination of the plan will give you an insight into the building procedure, I will give you a few pointers to guide you on your way. The model is constructed mostly of spruce and bass wood. Basically the fuselage is just a normal flat side with a turtle deck and front sides which are added after..."
Update 25/04/2016: article pages, text & pics added, thanks to RFJ.
Update 30/04/2017: Rescaled this plan to fullsize at 58in wingspan, thanks to spitfireflyby.
Article pages, text & pics.
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