Comper Swift

 

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Comper Swift  
by Andrew Moorhouse
1975 
13in span
Tags: Scale Rubber F/F Racer Civil
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 16/05/2017
Outerzone planID: oz8741 | Filesize: 666KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: NicholasTucker

   

About this Plan

Comper Swift - Peanut scale model 1930s racer. Wingspan 12.8in.

Quote: - "This model was scaled from the Aeroplane Monthly drawings, with a slight increase in tailplane area (Aeroplane Monthly: August 1974. 3 view, colour side views and colour photo of G-ACTF. Also BW photos of VT-ADO and G-ACTF)."

Plan includes detailed notes on construction, covering and finishing, assembly, trimming and flying. Also colour scheme and scale references.

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IMPMAC article.

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User comments

Here is another kit scan: Comper Swift, (The Scarlet Angel). I see Andrew Moorhouse did a lot of Co2 but this one is rubber. This really is a beautiful little kit. The detailed plans are very interesting, giving two colour schemes and two ways of making wooden props. There is an excellent article about this kit on the Impington Model Aeroplane Club site www.impmac.co.uk, September 2016 news letter [see supplementary file].
NicholasTucker - 23/05/2017
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