Scorpion (oz1136)


Scorpion (oz1136) by Ted Strader from Flying Models 1965 - plan thumbnail

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Scorpion. Radio control gas model, for .19 to .35 power. Scorpion from Flying Models April-May 1965. Single channel or multi.

Update 05/05/2013: Uploaded a clearer version of this plan, thanks to theshadow.

Quote: "I have also attached a cleaner, scaled scan of Ted Strader's Scorpion, (plan id 1136), from Flying Models magazine issue 05-65. A picture of the model is also in the text copy."


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Scorpion (oz1136) by Ted Strader from Flying Models 1965 - model pic


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rudder too small for 3 channel, and .40K&B (flat spins)
Nameless - 06/05/2013
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