Scout (oz11337)


Scout (oz11337) by Joe Wagner 1950 - plan thumbnail

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1950 Veco Scout. Control line stunt model. Wingspan 25-3/4 in. Wing area 128 sq in. For 1/2A power.

Quote: "Old Time Stunt Model. I designed the Scout in the summer of 1950. Its styling was intended to match the larger Veco stunt model kit designs: The 1948-49 Chief Squaw and Papoose.

The Veco Scout was my first kitted U-control design - and as far as I know was also the first kitted 1/2A true stunt model.

Sometime after I left Veco (late fall, 1954) its management (Gil and Jack Henry) had the Scout re-designed. But the 'new & improved' kits still contained the same assembly plans as the original 1950 version. Joe Wagner."

Quote: "Here is the Joe Wagner designed VECO SCOUT from a plan given to me by Joe. A wonderful flyer but keep it light if running a reed valve engine. Steve Staples, Little Rock, Arkansas"

Note the plan is titled as "1950 Veco Scout" but the plan is dated 1992.

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Scout (oz11337) by Joe Wagner 1950 - model pic

  • (oz11337)
    by Joe Wagner
    from Veco
    26in span
    IC C/L LowWing Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 08/07/2019
    Filesize: 855KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: SteveStaples
    Downloads: 1302

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Model photo [main pic] thanks to Steve Staples :)
Mary - 12/07/2019
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