P-51A Apache (oz11658)

 

P-51A Apache (oz11658) from Capitol 1942 - plan thumbnail

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P-51A Apache. Rubber scale model WWII fighter.

Quote: "The North American Mustang. Kit no C-1. Wingspan 30 in. Length 26-1/4 in. Drawing by [J Marlin?]. Made in USA. Capitol Model Aircraft Co Brooklyn NY. C 1942."

Includes printwood.

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Quote: "CONSTRUCTION NOTES: It has been the aim of the manufacturer to present the plan to this airplane model as simply and as easy to follow as possible; but nevertheless, it is most advisable to study the plan thoroughly before actually beginning the construction. In this way possible mistakes may be avoided, and the process of construction, especially to the inexperienced builder, will be easier and more pleasant. Certain points, which at first glance may appear to be complicated, will of themselves become plain and coherent as the step by step construction progresses.

To begin, fasten down the plan to a large flat, soft wooden surface with thumb tacks. The soft surface permits the injection of pins, the pins being essential to the building, since in most phases of construction they (pins) are used to hold the formation of the construction in plcae while the cement dries. It is not necessary to employ a wooden surface as large as the plan - it should however, be as large as any one of the sections under construction, such as wings, fuselage, etc. A sheet of waxed paper placed over the plan will prevent the cement from adhering to the plan surface.

FUSELAGE: The fuselage or 'body' of the model is usually built first. Lay down the longerons of the SIDE VIEW of the plan, holding them in place by means of pins. It is unnecessary and undesirable to inject the pins through the wood, but rather using the pins closely injected into the workboard on either side..."

Update 27/10/2019: Replaced this plan with a clearer version. From the same raw scan, but this planfile now is at 400 dpi. Makes the text of the build instructions easier to read.

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P-51A Apache (oz11658) from Capitol 1942 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz11658)
    P-51A Apache
    from Capitol (ref:C-1)
    1942 
    30in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 13/10/2019
    Filesize: 3208KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: MikeKelly

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