Bristol Blenheim (oz11253)


Bristol Blenheim (oz11253) by Pete Nicholson from Balsacraft 1998 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Bristol Blenheim. Radio control scale model WWII bomber, for electric power using 2x Speed 600 motors, and minimum 3 functions. Approx scale is 1/10.

Discontinued kit from Balsacraft (Model Designs).

Note main plan sheet does not show engine nacelle construction (or indeed the wing ribs).

The kit included vac-formed moulded parts which formed the rearward (complex-curved) section of each nacelle, see morepics 003.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Note photo of completed Bristol Blenheim model was found online at

Update 24/06/2019: Added missing sheet #2 into the planfile. This shows nacelle layout, stbd wing panel layout, wing spar parts etc. Thanks to Karsten.

Supplementary file notes

Instructions part 1. Text, 8 pages.
Instructions part 2: Illustrations showing fuselage build, nose build, nacelle construction, parts sheets identification, materials list, colour scheme notes. 10 pages.


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Bristol Blenheim (oz11253) by Pete Nicholson from Balsacraft 1998 - model pic

  • (oz11253)
    Bristol Blenheim
    by Pete Nicholson
    from Balsacraft
    60in span
    Scale Electric R/C LowWing Multi Military Bomber
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 10/06/2019
    Filesize: 1014KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: KarstenLundeHansen

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User comments

Additional pics thanks to Karsten [more pics 003, 004].
Mary - 20/01/2020
For more background see the Balsacraft Warbirds Appreciation Thread on RCGroups at
MPF - 19/02/2020
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