Altimeter (oz10947)


Altimeter (oz10947) by Ed Schlosser - plan thumbnail

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Altimeter. Rubber competition model. Wingspan 34.1 in, wing area 140.1 sq in.

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Altimeter (oz10947) by Ed Schlosser - model pic

  • (oz10947)
    by Ed Schlosser
    from Best by Test
    34in span
    Rubber F/F Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 19/02/2019
    Filesize: 190KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: theshadow
    Downloads: 442

Altimeter (oz10947) by Ed Schlosser - pic 003.jpg
Altimeter (oz10947) by Ed Schlosser - pic 004.jpg
Altimeter (oz10947) by Ed Schlosser - pic 005.jpg

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Kitted by Best-By-Test company and designed by Ed Schlosser around 1940.
Pit - 04/03/2019
Model photo & more pics 003 taken from small ad in Air Trails, October 1941.
Mary - 04/03/2019
Thanks for publishing plans for the Best-By-Test Altimeter. It is a plane I have always wanted to build. I recently completed two other Best-By-Test designs, the Stratometer and the Sensatherm. I built both of these from plans I purchased from Ed Schlosser back in the 1960s. I have attached an ad from Model Airplane News from the '40s, which includes the Altimeter [more pics 004].
WalterKiernan - 04/04/2019
Hi Mary, Here are two photos of my Altimeter [main pic, 005]. Thanks for posting the plans!
Brooke Linford - 04/12/2023
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