Hawker Typhoon 1B (oz11612)


Hawker Typhoon 1B (oz11612) by HJ Towner from Astral 1945 - plan thumbnail

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Hawker Typhoon 1B. Rubber scale model WWII fighter, from Astral.

Quote: "Flying scale model of the Hawker Typhoon 1B (2,200 hp Napier Sabre motor). Max speed 400 mph. Wingspan 28 in. Specially designed for both hard and soft woods, giving maximum strength for lowest weight. By HJ Towner. Traced by G Holindale."

Note plan shows retracting undercarriage.

Scan from DBHL.

ref DBHL-5796.

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  • (oz11612)
    Hawker Typhoon 1B
    by HJ Towner
    from Astral
    28in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 30/09/2019
    Filesize: 385KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DBHL

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George Hollingdale was a fairly prolific scale modeller in the 1990s, turning out a number of usually vintage designs with a great deal of skill, he was a gunsmith by trade and lived in Loughton Essex. Haven't seen him for a while, hopefully he is still around
Mike hollamby - 11/10/2019
It appears Mr Towner has made two variations on a theme. This Typhoon plan has a non-identical twin in oz4302 with the same wingspan but this one is rubber free flight and oz4302 is IC CL.
Miguel - 30/10/2019
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