Fox 107 - Radio control power model. SAM 1/2A Texaco design. Wing area 320 sqin. Cox .049 Black Widow shown.
Quote: - "The history of my original Fox goes way back to 1940, the year it was designed, and it has performed admirably in many free flight contests throughout the East Coast ...I always envisioned that the model could stand to be somewhat larger, as with more wing area it would be even more competitive ... the Fox 107 was born, representing a 7% increase in the wingspan, which becomes 46.5in, thereby increasing the wing area to 320 square inches. An ideal model for competing in the National Lee Renaud Memorial Contest, or in any SAM Old Timer 1/2A Texaco event. The model is not difficult to build, being quite simple and basic in construction, but does result in interesting clean lines with its silk covered pylon wing mounting and double elliptical wing..."
Update 10/05/2017: added missing page to article, thanks to RFJ.
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