Cal State Champion (oz11440)


Cal State Champion (oz11440) by Bill Atwood 1938 - plan thumbnail

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Cal State Champion (Model A2-2). Free flight power model for Baby Cyclone engine. 1935 State Champion.

Quote: "Baby Cyclone Popularity Makes These Kit Bargains Possible! California Champion - state meet record holder. A high wing, open-cockpit model for experienced builders; designed for Baby Cyclone. Silk covered sides and wings. Balsa tail assembly, metal cowl, ballooon tires.

Wingspan 5 ft; length 45 in overall; height 15 in. Weighs 3 lbs,with engine.

Kit complete with all parts; covering, dope, cement, etc, and full size scale drawing with simple intructions. Combination offer includes 13-1/2 in hardwood propellor and new Model D Engine. All for $22.50 Post Paid USA."

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Update 17/08/2019: Added modelpic, scan of advert and scan of layout drawing, thanks to Fizz.

Supplementary file notes

Layout Drawing (scale 1/16, by John Pond).


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Cal State Champion (oz11440) by Bill Atwood 1938 - model pic

  • (oz11440)
    Cal State Champion
    by Bill Atwood
    60in span
    IC F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 02/08/2019
    Filesize: 638KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JJ, Fizz

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