Weetabix Wonderplane oz10329


Weetabix Wonderplane - plan thumbnail image

Weetabix Wonderplane - completed model photo

Submitted to Outerzone: 01/08/2018
Outerzone planID: oz10329 | Filesize: 361KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: RodMoore


About this Plan

Weetabix Wonderplane. Simple rubber sport model.

This was a free offer with Weetabix breakfast cereal in 1957. Sport model, loosely based on the Auster AOP.

Quote: "Send off now for your Weetabix Wonderplane construction kit - it's super! A real flying model, elastically powered, with metal propellor and a mainplane of true aerofoil shape - designed by aeronautical experts. Wing span 21 inches. Get your Weetabix Wonderplane now."

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Update 10/08/2018: Rescaled this one to correct fullsize at 21 in wingspan.

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oz10329 datafile

Weetabix Wonderplane  
21in span
Tags: Rubber F/F Cabin
all formers complete :)


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User comments

For more on the Weetabix Wonder model, see http://cerealoffers.com/Weetabix_Ltd/Weetabix/1950s/Wonder_Offers_-_Plane/wonder_offers_-_plane.html
SteveWMD - 10/08/2018
What a neat little model (Weetabix Wonderplane) - thanks for posting this one. Bulkheads can be developed from the side and top view, but it would be nice if printwood scans were included, as there is no tailplane pattern on the plan. One could use the Veron Auster AOP 9 [oz 759] plan to approximate what is missing...
DaveD - 11/08/2018
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