Albatros Triplane (oz1026)
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Albatros Triplane. Control line scale WWI fighter.
Quote: "Here's a famous World War I fighter to please the most discriminating control-line flying scale fan ...The Albatros Triplane is the fourth 3-winger the author has built and flown, all successfully. Each plane handled with characteristics similar to biplanes. The extra work on that extra wing pays dividends in 'glamorous' appearance and spectator interest, for a triplane always draws a crowd, especially when it flies..."
Update 03/08/2013: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, scaled to fullsize at 26in span, thanks to JJ.
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by Walt Musciano
from Air Trails
Scale IC C/L Triplane Military Fighter
all formers complete :)
Found online 05/05/2011 at:
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