Miss Science (oz11445)
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Miss Science. Free flight power cabin model.
The Frank Zaic Miss Science (oz1817) was first published in Sept 1939 Popular Science. This here is a later, re-drawn plan on one single large sheet at full size, and marked: "drawn especially for John Pond".
Note the scale bar printed on this plan fixes the wingspan at 76 in, so this is a little larger than the (72 in) 1939 original.
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Update 19/08/2019: Replaced this plan now with a much clearer scan at higher resolution, thanks to Nestor.
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User commentsBeautiful model. I built 3. They fly very well. I came second in the 2013 national in Argentina.
Néstor - 10/08/2019
I recommend reinforcing wings by adding hard raft stringers up and down with vertical grain reinforcements and veneer fuselage to the vanishing edge, they can be guided as the Miss America is built. Greetings from Argentina and I congratulate you on the page of plans one of the best on the web.
Néstor. - 10/08/2019
Added photos of Néstor and the Miss Science [more pics 003, 004].
Mary - 14/08/2019
Added photo from Néstor: Miss Science placing second at the Argentina Nationals 2013 [more pics 005].
Mary - 02/10/2019
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