Spitfire IX

 

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Spitfire IX  
by Jon Tanger
from Pica (ref:RC-1)
65in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C LowWing Military Fighter
formers incomplete :(


Submitted to Outerzone: 12/06/2016
Outerzone planID: oz7811 | Filesize: 1643KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: AusterPilot

   

About this Plan

Spitfire IX - Radio control standoff scale model WWII fighter. 65in wingspan, 720 sq in area, for 4 to 6 channel radios and .40 to .60 power. Scale is 1/6. The box mentions "complete, accurate decals for Johnny Johnson's Mk 9" but worth noting that the plan will also allow construction of other variants - it shows two different wingtip shapes, two tail fin outlines, also second sheet shows alternate late-model bubble canopy version of fuselage.

Note there are no wing rib patterns shown.

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User comments

Hi Steve. I think this Spitfire was designed by Dave Platt when he started his kitting concern way back in 1973 in Florida USA.. He then sold his company to Mort (Not Jon) Tanger who changed the company's name to Pica. I may be wrong but I'm almost sure I'm not! Cheers!
Eduardo - 21/06/2016
Good morning. I am hoping (against hope) that you will be able to assist me! I started building this kit years ago and having recently retired I now have the time to complete the project. I have the plans but cannot find the instruction manual anywhere. Is there any chance that you have this in your archives or advise where I might be able to obtain a copy? I have hunted high and low but to no avail. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks and regards.
BruceM - 19/05/2017
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