Ying Wakefield (oz10172)


Ying Wakefield (oz10172) by William Ying 1935 - plan thumbnail

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Ying Wakefield. Rubber competition model.

Quote: "Wakefield designed by William Ying, Staten Island NY. Drawn from information in Frank Zaic's Yearbook for 1935-1936. Terry Rose, 8.11.92"

Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.

ref DBHL-6320.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Update 16/8/2023: Added vectorPDF and CAD (dxf) versions of this plan, thanks to theshadow.

Quote: "Senior-Class D World Record Outdoor Fuselage. Time 41m 19s. Designed by William Ying, Staten Island NY. Redrawn and Modifed by John Anders."

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Ying Wakefield (oz10172) by William Ying 1935 - model pic

  • (oz10172)
    Ying Wakefield
    by William Ying
    40in span
    Rubber F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 07/06/2018
    Filesize: 472KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: DBHL, theshadow
    Downloads: 529

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Photo of completed model was found online at www.oldwakefields.com/23621.html captioned as "The Ying designed 4oz Wakefield. Built by Al Pardue."
SteveWMD - 19/06/2018
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  • Plan File Filesize: 472KB Filename: Ying_Wakefield_DBHL_oz10172.pdf
  • Supplement Filesize: 607KB Filename: Ying_Wakefield_DBHL_oz10172_vector.pdf
  • CAD Zip Filesize: 715KB Filename: Ying_Wakefield_DBHL_oz10172_cad.zip
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