Tiger Moth (oz11346)

 

Tiger Moth (oz11346) by JS Petersen from DMI 1951 - plan thumbnail

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Tiger Moth. Rubber scale biplane model from the Danish modelling company, DMI (Dansk Modelflyve Industri).

Quote: "Hej, Here is a very poor scan of my 'pet' Tiger Moth I still find it nice even with cobweb and dust hanging in the ceiling. Span 420mm (16,5 in) rubber ff scale, from April 1951 by JS Petersen. I send you the scan in the hope that someone else can provide a better scan. It was a big seller in my childhood. Picture see RCL-1270 page 12 (same as ERCOUPE). Regards KLH"

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Tiger Moth (oz11346) by JS Petersen from DMI 1951 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz11346)
    Tiger Moth
    by JS Petersen
    from DMI
    April 1951 
    16in span
    Scale Rubber F/F Biplane
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 08/07/2019
    Filesize: 2262KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: KarstenLundeHansen

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