Mohawk Pinto (1928). Free flight rubber sport model.
The subject Mohawk M1C Pinto was a 1920s American three-seater open-cockpit low-wing monoplane built by Mohawk Aero Corporation of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
MRA plan no307.
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Update 05/06/2018: Replaced this with a clearer scan and also added MRA article (in French), thanks to DPlumpe.
Quote: "Steve & Mary, You recently added a plan for Hurst Bowers' Mohawk Pinto to Outerzone. That scan has registration and scaling problems. I attach my scan from the November, 1964, issue of the French magazine M.R.A. as a replacement, cleanly registered and properly scaled to 33-1/4 in span. I also attach a scan of the accompanying construction article, in French of course. Web translation to English leaves a lot to be desired - it'd be nice if we could get it properly translated by an actual modeler."
Update 13/06/2018: Added article translated into English, thanks to Yannick.
Previous scan version.
Article, in French.
Article text, in English.
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