Howard DGA-15 (oz10753)
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Howard DGA-15 Jobmaster. Radio control scale model for .35 - .61 power. Scale is 1/8.
Quote: "Six Quarter Scale Classic. An all around fun model. The Howard DGA-15 'Jobmaster'. Mr Mulligan's big brother.
The Howard DGS-15 was deveoped from the famous DGA-6 Mr Mulligan racer which won both the Bendix and Thompson races in 1935. The only plane ever to win both. Remarkably similar to the race plane prototype, the Howard is noted for outstanding performance, ruggedness, and ease with which it is flown. The model fulfills all the qualities this great plane possessed.
Full size plans & patterns. Detailed instruction manual. Finished ribs, formers, keels, etc. Precisely shaped and airfoiled wing edges, struts, and tail sections. Formed landing gear struts. Formed NACA cowl, wheel pants, and frame shield. Exclusive 'Golden Panel' cover material. Heavy duty clear window material. Basic essential hardware. GS-33 Float package."
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Note boxart shows plane complete with floats, but floats are not included on this plan. Floats were a separate item with ref: GS-33.
Note the plan thumbnail shows one sheet, but this planfile has been split into 2 sheets for easier printing. The original plan was on 42 inch width paper.
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