QAC Quickie - Sport scale model for .40 engines.
Quote: - "Ray Jenning's exciting sport scale .40 powered Quickie is a real eye grabber wherever it appears at a flying field... I incorporated the lessons learned from my first effort plus other changes based on additional information I had managed to gather on the real thing. This time everything turned out exactly right and the flight performance was outstanding. It was fast and smooth, capable of basic aerobatics and had ultra safe low speed handling and characteristics. Quickie has exceeded all my expectations and I can certainly recommend it to those looking for something different..."
Q.A.C Quickie by Ray Jennings, plan #868, June 1982.
Update 25/05/2017: Added CAD file (dxf), thanks to SimonMathys.
Update 27/05/2017: Added alternate scan of this plan (along with article) as it appeared in March 1981 RCME, thanks to RFJ.
Article, thanks to WobblySticks.
CAD file (dxf).
Alternate plan scan.
Alternate plan scan article.
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