Navy Fighter. Control line stunt model for 2.5 - 3.5 cc engines. A Gremlin kit.
Quote: "The Latest From Frank Warburton. Navy Fighter 42 in span. Kit is die-cut and contains pre-formed u/c, canopy, control horns, etc. The model is easy to perform with and will do the full stunt schedule. Full instructions on how by Frank Warburton. 46/11 only."
Tracing taken from a much repaired, torn and dirty plan. No formers shown, but all dimensions on side and plan views.
Quote: "Designed by FL Warburton. Original drawing by Roy Spear, amended and traced by Tony Johnson, July 1992."
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