MAN Trainer 60 Senior (oz10544)


MAN Trainer 60 Senior (oz10544) by Joe Bridi - plan thumbnail

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MAN Trainer 60 Senior. Radio control trainer model. Wingspan 58-1/2 in, wing area 672 sq in, for .40 - .61 power.

...and the MAN Trainer 60 (Senior) which is a scaled up version of the MAN Trainer 40 (oz10350) to complement the RCM Trainer 60...

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MAN Trainer 60 Senior (oz10544) by Joe Bridi - model pic

  • (oz10544)
    MAN Trainer 60 Senior
    by Joe Bridi
    from Model Airplane News
    59in span
    IC R/C
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 12/10/2018
    Filesize: 397KB
    Format: • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: AlanSinclair
    Downloads: 1838

MAN Trainer 60 Senior (oz10544) by Joe Bridi - pic 003.jpg

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Attached are pictures of my MAN Trainer 60 that I built last year [main pic, 003]. This is a great flying airplane, just like all of Joe Bridi's designs. It flies very well with no bad habits, very aerobatic and lands at a slow speed. It is too bad no one kitted this airplane in the day. Mine was built from a short kit from from the Outerzone Plans. From Vestal, NY,
Ray Phillips - 15/12/2020
Nice plane, would convert to electric nicely also. Simple to build. Another for the Bucket List!!
RussellW - 03/03/2022
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