Pee Wee Pal (oz1042)
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Pee Wee Pal. Free flight model for Cox PeeWee power. Model Airplane News, Feb 1958.
Quote: "This Cox Pee Wee .02 engine powered free flight model is the 18th version of one basic design that the author has constructed and flown. Our Pee Wee Pal is the smallest of the family, of which the largest was a giant eight footer. The uncanny ability of every model, regardless of size, to be stable and ride out any violent air disturbances, and yet be peppy enough to win numerous prizes in several classes, has caused us to call this youngest member of the group our 'Pal', hence the name.
Although previous versions used the NACA 6409 airfoil, we found that the Clark Y airfoil produced equal results in the smaller models. Stabilizer airfoil is Clark Y with a thickness of 9% of its chord. The wing area of 144 sq inches is ideal for the Pee Wee .02 engine. However any half A diesel or glow plug engine can be installed..."
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Pee Wee Pal
by Walt Musciano
from Model Airplane News
IC F/F Cabin
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Found online 08/05/2011 at:
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User commentsHello Steve, here you have some pics of my old 'Pee Wee Pal' R/C electric, it is a very nice flyer! Regards,
MarcoAGuillermo - 08/07/2015
Thoroughly enjoy this website of model airplanes. I'm looking at the photos associated with "Pee Wee Pal" photo #003. Is the man holding the plane Walt Musciano? We were sort of pen pals in the 1950s when I was flying control line 1/2A. Thanks for the plans!
KenB - 13/08/2016
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