Pilatus PC-9 (oz10504)


Pilatus PC-9 (oz10504) by Neil Andersson - plan thumbnail

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Pilatus PC-9 / SAAF Astra. Scale model for rubber power. Wingspan 800mm. The model can be built as either the RAAF PC-9 or the SAAF Astra.

Quote: "Hi Steve, please find attached the Pilatus PC-9 designed by my late father, Neil Andersson, one of a range of scale models designed by him under his 'Andercraft' label. A number of mod's are included to represent the ASTRA, a trainer used by the South African Airforce. 800mm wingspan for rubbber power."

Model photo & more pics 004,005 also courtesy of GarthA.

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Pilatus PC-9 (oz10504) by Neil Andersson - model pic

  • (oz10504)
    Pilatus PC-9
    by Neil Andersson
    from Andercraft (ref:801)
    32in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Military
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 05/10/2018
    Filesize: 799KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: GarthA
    Downloads: 3957

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Pilatus PC-9 (oz10504) by Neil Andersson - pic 003.jpg
Pilatus PC-9 (oz10504) by Neil Andersson - pic 004.jpg

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User comments

Pictures attached from a recent flyin we had [model photo & more pics 003, 004].
GarthA - 10/10/2018
Are there any details available for the prop and rubber used on this lovely model?
Paulr - 14/03/2019
Seeing the query regarding the prop size on the Pilatus PC-9, I realised examination of the accompanying photos indicate the prop diameter to be approx 8 inches, by comparing wingspan with the prop size. Cheers,
Alan - 16/03/2019
PaulR - 25/03/2019
Any chance of submitting more of your dad's Andercraft masterpieces for posterity, Garth? His aeromodelling skill was indeed exceptional and it would be a fitting tribute to let his creations live on being built by others equally passionate. His designs are perfect for converting to modern electric UM machines.
Kobus - 01/05/2019
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