Airborn

 

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Airborn  
by Chester Lanzo, Cesare de Robertis
from Modellismo
54in span
Tags: IC F/F
all formers complete :)


This plan was found online 08/03/2013 at: http://www.edimodel.it/download/disegni.html
Outerzone planID: oz4102 | Filesize: 811KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Edimodel

   

About this Plan

Lanzo Airborn - Airborne - Free flight power model. This is a later scaled-down 1/2A Texaco size version off the original 108in design.

Quote: - "Uno dei piu famosi progetti d Chester Lanzo (1938). Ridotto in scala da Cesare de Robertis per la categoria 1/2A Texaco, puo essere vantaggiosamente convertito in elettrico. Ap. alare 138 cm."

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I send you a few photos of my new AIRBORN [more pics 003-005]. I have scratch built it from plans of OUTERZONE. I built it at 100 in. wingspan (250 cm.) and the total completed weight with battery is incredible, only 1.750 gr ! ! ! ! Very light ! ! !
LuigiCarlucci - 02/01/2017
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