Long Midget Mustang

 

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Long Midget Mustang  
by R Jess Krieser
from Grid Leaks
February 1966 
48in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C LowWing Racer Civil
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 02/06/2014
Outerzone planID: oz5629 | Filesize: 1195KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: theshadow, Bernd57

   

About this Plan

Long Midget Mustang - Radio control pylon racer model. Here is R. Jess Krieser's Long Midget Mustang from Grid Leaks magazine issue 01/02-66.

Quote: - "A nice-handling Goodyear type on a .40, it is a lively stunter as well on a .19 ...Our model follows the lines of Dave Long's originals, but with the landing gear moved into the wing for better ground handling. Areas and shapes of the wing, horizontal and vertical tail surfaces are ecactly to scale. Fuselage width and height have been thinned slightly to decrease drag, and the nose spinner is a little small. Exact scale would have required an inch more height and width, with about 3-1/2 inch spinner on the nose..."

Direct submission to outerzone.

Update 16/06/2017: Added alternate scan, thanks to Bernd57.

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Article pages, text and pics.
Alternate scan of the same plan, slightly different layout.

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