Mid-Wing Pursuit (oz11144)
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Midwing Pursuit. Rubber sport model.
Kit produced by Model Airplane Associates of Rochester.
Quote: "Mid-wing Pursuit. Span 21 in Length 14-1/2 in. With parachute compartment. An original design of proven flying qualities, featuring a compartment and release device capable of dropping a small parachute, bombs, etc, while in flight. Approved by model experts and guaranteed 100 percent aerodynamically perfect. A Quality Kit. Model Airplane Associates."
Quote: "Hi, I'm a big fan of your service. I wish I had some of the tools to do proper edits, possibly in the future. I found one which you do not have listed, which seemed to bring some interest on eBay anyway! I was told it was from the 30s or 40s. The PDF of the plans looks pretty good, but the print wood copy needs to be put on a different page size, and I will try to get that done, along with some re-inking where it's faded out. I'll try to get that done and submitted shortly. Meanwhile, here are the two files. I would love to know more about the date of the kit, or history - no luck so far, but then again, I'm a bit of a model history novice, despite being 68..."
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User commentsDoh. Missing file. I forgot to upload the supplement printwood file. Will fix this on Sat when back, am away just now.
SteveWMD - 09/05/2019
Thank you for this plan. The release mechanism looks rather ingenious, so does the wheel suspension, too.
Hubert - 09/05/2019
Ok, have added the missing pintwood file now.
SteveWMD - 11/05/2019
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