Little Plane That Could (oz10851)


Little Plane That Could (oz10851) by Andy Clancy from Clancy Aviation 1996 - plan thumbnail

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The Little Plane That Could (aka Clancy Micro Bee). Radio control sport model, for Cox .010 power. Wingspan 10 in, although the plan also shows a short wing variant, at 9 inch span.

Quote from columbiarcdude, (see "Andy designed an even smaller plane in the image of the Lazy Bee (oz2278), called The Little Plane That Could. It is of close architecture to the Lady Bug (oz2269) and the Bee, with a wing span of either 9 or 10 in and just over an 8 in fuselage. Recommended engine is the Cox .010. The plans are on three 8.5 by 11 inch sheets, and though not redrawn since 1996, there is a hand-written note added to lengthen the fuselage 1 in aft of the wing for more stability."

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  • (oz10851)
    Little Plane That Could
    by Andy Clancy
    from Clancy Aviation
    10in span
    IC R/C Cabin Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 28/01/2019
    Filesize: 166KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Thomas

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