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Ercoupe. Rubber scale model. Wingspan 18 in. Scale is 1/20.
HEJ AGAIN, Hereby the [SEMO] plan for a 18 in ff rubber scale Ercoupe designed by Björn Karlström 1947.
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Note model pic is taken from SEMO Modell Katalog 1957-58 at https://rclibrary.co.uk/title_details.asp?ID=2155 see page 32, thanks to Mary.
[edit 03/11/2019] Note this plan was previously listed as from DMI. Now corrected. For a copy of the DMI plan see Ercoupe (oz11680)
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User commentsSplendid, a plan from one of my favourite 3-view draughtsmen, this takes it from the Someday category to Someday Soon!
Miguel Morao - 08/07/2019
Hi, I have to quote Mr Fawlty: "I am so sorry I (my wife) made a mistake" The plan I sent you is not from DMI. I thought so but now that ModelflyingDenmark have puplist ther veteran catlog (www.modelflyvningdanmark.dk/tegninger)I realize that I was wrong. The text on this plan is in Danish and the logo says Model Aircraft Copenhagen, that was all misleading me. The plan comes from Sweden and you can find a good picture and text in RCL2155 page32. I coult dowload the danish plan but there is a rift between me and modelflying.dk but it is a free download so far as I can see so you can do what you want. What about downloating all 200 plans and put your edditing skilts at work.
KLH - 28/10/2019
Thanks, got it now. Have set this listing now as from SEMO, and changed the model pic. Many thanks.
SteveWMD - 29/10/2019
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