Focke Wulf 190 oz10552


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Submitted to Outerzone: 20/10/2018
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Focke Wulf 190 (sp. Focke-Wolf 190). Rubber scale free flight model German WWII fighter. Scale is 1/12.

The Focke Wulf FW190 by K H Hodgson, written up in the June 1943, Aeromodeller as FSR 129. Apparently the plan drawing was not published in the magazine, and was available only by order.

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oz10552 datafile

Focke Wulf 190  
by KH Hodgson
from Aeromodeller (ref:FSR-129)
June 1943 
38in span
Tags: Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Military Fighter
all formers complete :)


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User comments

sigh! Starting from the name and ending with the shape it's an insult to the real one! Another candidate for "name the plane" contest . Swept tailplane is the top.
Pit - 24/10/2018
I guess not many accurate details of the Fw 190 were available, in England in 1943? I agree this is one of those 'scale' model plans that seems quite disconnected from any actual details of the prototype subject.
SteveWMD - 24/10/2018
I think I'm right in saying that by 1943 the only Fw 190 in British (allied?) hands was that of Oberleutnant Armin Faber who had landed by mistake at Pembrey in Wales in 1942. That machine was examined by intelligence officers and passed to RAF test pilots for trials - but the general public still had only a sketchy idea of what it looked like. In 1943 its precise specs were still a military secret in Germany and known only to some allied personnel. Hodgson's model has outline faults, but few people in England could have done better at the time. An historical curiosity - perhaps there should be a new class for 'bad attempts at a scale model'?
SBurling - 24/10/2018
The other plan on Outerzone (by Hodgson) is an "Airacobra." At least it is specified as semi-scale.
DavidD - 26/10/2018
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