Sterling Piper Tri Pacer - Radio control model. Scale is 1/8. For .049 - .10 engines. Sterling kit FS-37.
Quote: - "Last wanted plan on your list is the Sterling 44in tri pacer, here it is with all the parts sheets. Regards,"
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Update 30/11/2013: Added redrawn printwood file (12 pages) as a supplement, thanks to Edubarca.
Quote: - "Here are the parts for the Sterling Piper Tri-Pacer 135 with 1.11 meters wingspan (44 inches). I copied them from original die cut wood scans from a kit. They had terrible mistakes that I tried to correct the best I could. Sterling models were nice kits and flew great but their balsa die cut sheets were a pain in the neck!! Rock hard balsa and poor cutting and parts deformation. However, they could be successfully built if you had a lot of patience and they always flew beautifully. I am starting my own version of this Tri-Pacer which will be covered with the same livery of my late Father's Tri-Pacer that he owned way back in 1950. I have my own laser cutting machine and if anybody needs a short kit I can do it. Also, of several other models. Greetings from Colombia!!"
Item1: Decal sheet. Item 2: Redrawn printwood file (12 pages) thanks to Edubarca. Item 3: Printwood parts scan from original (zipfile, 3 pages). Note these scans are hard to read, to see the printed lines against the woodgrain.
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