Lark (oz10294)


Lark (oz10294) by Paul Del Gatto from Jetco 1965 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Jetco Lark. Free flight sport model, for rubber or Cox TD .010 power.

Quote: "Your 'Lark' is designed to be powered by rubber or a Cox TD .010 engine. You must decide before you begin builging which type of power you will use. Read the instructions carefully before you begin; then proceed step by step with the construction. Place waxed paper over the plans to prevent cement from sticking..."

Quote: "Attached is a scan and some photos of the Jetco Lark. The original plan was in bad shape, I hope you can use the scan. The Lark is an easy to build model that flies well. I have built rubber powered and Cox .010 powered versions."

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Lark (oz10294) by Paul Del Gatto from Jetco 1965 - model pic

  • (oz10294)
    by Paul Del Gatto
    from Jetco
    28in span
    IC Rubber F/F Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 20/07/2018
    Filesize: 426KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: WalterKiernan

Lark (oz10294) by Paul Del Gatto from Jetco 1965 - pic 003.jpg
Lark (oz10294) by Paul Del Gatto from Jetco 1965 - pic 004.jpg
Lark (oz10294) by Paul Del Gatto from Jetco 1965 - pic 005.jpg
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Added some great photos of the Lark, thanks to Walter Kiernan [model photo & more pics 003-006].
Mary - 19/10/2018
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