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Updates

Mig-15 (oz12430) by G Solti from Airlane: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, thanks to Gene.
25/09/2020

Jolly Roger (oz519) by Larry Scarinzi from Flying Models: Added article, thanks to RFJ.
24/09/2020

Lil Roughneck (oz3102) by Aubrey Kochman from American Modeler: Added kit review from April 1966 Aeromodeller, thanks to RFJ.
23/09/2020

Parlor Fly (oz3441) by Arthur Silberburg from Model Airplane News: Added article, thanks to theshadow.
22/09/2020

P-38 Lightning (oz2461) by Paul Palanek from Model Airplane News: Added complete article, thanks to theshadow.
22/09/2020

Profile Pete (oz10419) by Alexis Poyato from Air Trails: Added article, thanks to theshadow.
22/09/2020

Corben Super Ace (oz841) by Chuck Wood from Model Airplane News: Added article, thanks to theshadow.
22/09/2020

Mini Bird K10 (oz12355) by Mark Smith from Model Builder: Replaced this plan with a clearer version, thanks to theshadow.
22/09/2020

Simplex (oz12375) by Bob Stalick from Model Builder: Replaced this plan with a clearer version, thanks to theshadow.
22/09/2020

Waco E (oz3358) by Earl Stahl from Model Airplane News: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, thanks to theshadow.
21/09/2020

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Comments

For a long time I wanted to build this model and I did not have the plans, fortunately I found it on this page, thanks
Julian paez : OV-10A Bronco (oz8399) : 26/09/2020

Good afternoon, Sharing a few pictures of my last project, a Graupner Topsy [pics 024-026]. Thanks for the plan and for your great website. :-)
Best regards from Norway,
Hans Petter Stue : Topsy (oz680) : 26/09/2020

Hi Jono; can you give the specifications please: weight, battery type, engine?
Thanks
Vermeire Julien : Littlest Stick (oz2331) : 26/09/2020

The C.1 designation means Chasseur, crew of one, This is a designation system employment and crew size. For instance a Bréguet XIV B.2 would be a Bombardier with 2 chaps aboard, a A.2 would be Armée 2 seats, Armée here meaning Army...
Miguel : Gourdou-Leseurre C-1 (oz12491) : 25/09/2020

Doh. Thanks, have fixed the spelling now. Also added a 'scaletype' link to Wikipedia.
SteveWMD : Gourdou-Leseurre C-1 (oz12491) : 25/09/2020

Expanding on Valeria367's comment, note the "sub rudder" callout and the different tip radius. Easy to misinterpret that part of the drawing. It is actually the right half of the tailplane, and not part of the right hand wingtip!
Dave D : Firecracker (oz5392) : 25/09/2020

It is nice to see a plan for this. I have struggled with the spelling of the manufacturer, too. It should be: Gourdou-Leseurre.
The C-1 designation is a little strange. According to Wikipedia articles, the first prototype was Type A...
perttime : Gourdou-Leseurre C-1 (oz12491) : 25/09/2020

A couple more photos of an RCM Trainer 60, built from OZ plans and a short kit from Rob at www.balsaworkbench.com [main pic, 008]
Cheers,
Scott Wallace : RCM Trainer (oz5306) : 25/09/2020

Hi, Here is a photo of my build of the Littlest Stick [pic 005]. It built really quickly and easily with micro servos and an electric conversion. Flies very well too. Thanks for the opportunity to build this, really enjoying browsing...
Jono : Littlest Stick (oz2331) : 25/09/2020

Hi, Bill. The tailplane is drawn, in the plan, between the wing and fuselage. Just at the side of the top view of the pylon. Greetings,
Valeria367 : Firecracker (oz5392) : 25/09/2020

Hi Steve, I've been admiring the plans of the Percival Gull on your site for a couple of years now and finally got around to building one [main pic, 003-006]. Unfortunately (for me) the plans are for a 20 inch span rubber free flight and I...
SteveC : Percival Gull VI (oz1208) : 25/09/2020

Hi Steve and Mary, Please find attached some shots of my completed Monocoupe from oz12017 [003,004]. I increased it to a 45 inch wingspan and converted to electric power. Thank you for all that you guys do!
Rocket_rodeo : Monocoupe (oz12017) : 25/09/2020

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