Thunderbird 59 (oz11483)
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Thunderbird 59 (Thunderbird II). Control line stunt model.
Quote: "Bob Palmer's '59 Nats T-Bird. This drawing replicates the basic geometry and arrangement of the airplane flown to victory in Open Stunt at the 1959 Nationals by Bob Palmer. Drawn by Bob Emmett 6/23/95. Approved by Bob Palmer.
Note plan also bears the signature of Bob Palmer, with the date 24.03.96.
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Note photo of completed Thunderbird 59 (by Don Hutchinson) was found online at https://stunthanger.com/smf/classic-planes/ple...
Note for the Veco kit version of this design, see Thunderbird II (oz4275).
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User commentsWhere is the wing?
Spitfire - 09/10/2020
Um, the wing is the wing-shaped thing, shown on the plan. Towards the top.
SteveWMD - 09/10/2020
Right, I see the wing now, but where the blazes is the fuselage?
Miguel - 12/10/2020
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