Mr Mulligan. Rubber scale model. Scale is 1/16.
The Paul Lindberg Mr Mulligan design originally appeared in Popular Aviation, Dec 1935. The plan here is re-drawn as a Golden Age Reproductions copy, ref 1002.
Quote: "Building Mr Mulligan, by Paul Lindberg Model Editor and Model Designer for Popular Aviation.
This ship won the Thompson trophy at the Natiuonal Air Races. We know you will find every minute interesting constructing this trim little racer. It is equipped with several interesting features: shock absorbing landing gear and moveable controls which carry aluminum hinges. This is a 3/4 inch flying scale model and all details carried on the large ship are carefully worked into the model.
Construction of fuselage. First, place waxed paper on top of the plan to prevent parts sticking to it. The fuselage sides are built from 1/16 square balsa. The longerons, verticals, diagonal braces, etc are held in place until securely cemented..."
Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.
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Update 30/09/2018: Added original article, thanks to Pit.
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