Musketeer

 

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Musketeer  
by Ron Prentice
from Mercury
40in span
Tags: IC C/L
formers unchecked


Submitted to Outerzone: 02/03/2017
Outerzone planID: 8501 | Filesize: 355KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Fabio

   

About this Plan

Mercury Musketeer - Control line sport model.

Hello Steve, Regarding my previous wanted request, I come to you to tell that my friend, the Musketeer owner's son, finally found the original plan which I am attaching here for use. Scale is not checked, but believing it is right though. Mind that the pics are about the one from the story below along with the original box made in England. Thanks for your time. Fabio

Mercury Musketeer, Ron Prentice kit plan, 40in. The Mercury Musketeer by Ron Prentice, 40" C/L (with parts sheet, 3.5-5cc, 2 sheets) would be a great addition. I flew C/L from 1977 till 79 when I switched to R/C. In 2002 I restarted it and still remember well when the local club founder sported one in a beautiful and colourful finish at the circle back in 1978. It was shocking when another club member kicked its rudder, accidentally breaking it down during a demo gathering event, full of newcomers waiting to watch its maiden flight at the Club Piracicabano de Aeromodelismo-Brazil. Fabio

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