Piper Cub (oz10918)


Piper Cub (oz10918) from Keil Kraft 1946 - plan thumbnail

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Piper Cub J3 Trainer. Rubber scale model light plane. Keil Kraft Flying Scale series. Wingspan 26-1/2 in.

Quote: "Prepared with the full co-operation of the Piper Aircraft Corporation, Lock Haven, Penna, USA. Scale 1/16 full size."

Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.

ref DBHL-7432.

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Piper Cub (oz10918) from Keil Kraft 1946 - model pic

  • (oz10918)
    Piper Cub
    from Keil Kraft
    27in span
    Scale Rubber F/F Cabin Civil
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 13/02/2019
    Filesize: 1015KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DBHL, theshadow

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This is nice. Can anyone put a date to this one? Also a pic of the box art - or indeed a scan of the printwood? Thanks
SteveWMD - 22/02/2019
Hi, You don't need the printwood for this one - all the sheet balsa parts are drawn on the plan. It was the last of the larger KK rubber scale models to remain in production - I'd guess until about 1955. I had one as a Christmas present around 1951, still have the plan and down the years have built about half a dozen of them! Just can't resist that multi-spar wing! Sorry, can't help with the box, no recollection of colour etc but I think it had a photo like one of those on the plan.
Ken Jones - 22/02/2019
Piper Cub 26,5 inch ws, was introduced in the very first Keil Kraft catalog booklet of 1946.
Pit - 22/02/2019
Thanks guys, have added the date now.
SteveWMD - 22/02/2019
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