Ringmaster Imperial oz10860


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Ringmaster Imperial - completed model photo

Submitted to Outerzone: 01/02/2019
Outerzone planID: oz10860 | Filesize: 216KB | Format: • PDFvector | Credit*: GeorgeAlbo


About this Plan

Sterling Ringmaster Imperial. Control line stunt model. Classic Stunt Legal. Wingspan 52-1/2 in, wing area 613 sq in. For .29 to .46 engines.

Autocad drawing by Pat Johnston. This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.

Quote: "Hello Steve / Mary, Here is a nice CAD copy of Sterling's Imperial Ringmaster generously gifted to me by Pat Johnston and offered by him to anyone that asks. I am posting it here to make it available to everyone. I am including the decal drawn from scratch by me. This Sterling Ringmaster Imperial is a full bodied Classic Stunt Legal Model for an O.S. Max LA .46 Drawn by Pat Johnston. 52-1/2 in Wingspan for .29 - .46 engines. Thanks, GeorgeAlbo"

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oz10860 datafile

Ringmaster Imperial  
from Sterling (ref:S-18)
52in span
Tags: IC C/L
all formers complete :)



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User comments

This is just fantastic. An elusive and Regal Stunter of the the days of yore. Thanks you so much. I have wanted this plan since I first saw the Imperial.
ModelBuilder - 03/02/2019
Special thanks to George Albo and, by extension, Pat Johnston for posting complete plans for the Ringmaster Imperial, a model I've been wanting to build for decades. Kudos to Outerzone as well for bringing it to us.
anon - 03/02/2019
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