Rivets (oz11243)


Rivets (oz11243) by Mark Drela 1977 - plan thumbnail

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Rivets. Peanut scale rubber model pylon racer.

1972 Rivets Pylon Racer, Bill Falck Design. Peanut Scale, rubber, civilian low wing, racer, 13 in wingspan, designed by Mark Drela.

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Rivets (oz11243) by Mark Drela 1977 - model pic

  • (oz11243)
    by Mark Drela
    November 1977 
    13in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Racer Civil
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 27/05/2019
    Filesize: 261KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: EricHolmes

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User comments

Mark Drela? A big name from cutting edge glider design doodling in a lighter theme 4 decades ago :-)
Miguel Morao - 11/06/2019
Here are some photos of the Drela peanut RIVETS built in 2011 and flown at the 2016 IIFI (International Indoor Fly In) in the Netherlands [model photo & more pics 004, 005]. It wasn't quite finished and untrimmed, but still managed to finish in the upper half of the field of over 30 entrants. All markings are cut from tissue (registration numbers are double thickness for color depth) and panel/control-surface lines are inked.
PeteB - 18/06/2019
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