M-11 Breda 39 Early (oz11722)


M-11 Breda 39 Early (oz11722) by Ermenegildo Preti from MOVO 1936 - plan thumbnail

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MOVO M-11 Breda 39 Early. Rubber sport scale model. Wingspan 840 mm.

Note the MOVO M-11 plan appeared in 2 forms, which we are calling Early and Late. The early version (1936) seems to use ply wing ribs and a one-piece wing spar. The late version (1952) seems to use balsa wing ribs and a more complex (assembled) wing spar. There are other differences of detail between fuselage formers, fuselage crutch, etc. Parts numbering scheme is also changed.

This here is the early version. For the late version, see M-11 Breda 39 Late (oz11718).

Quote: "Attached original 1936 plans for M-11. as you can see two sheets, M and N. Your [late] plan seems to be rearranged in M single plan. I don't know if 100/100 original from Movo or redrawn by someone. Could be a secondary redrawn by MOVO for post-war balsa building.
Note the different scavenged ribs, and the particular 16 in which a sliding counterweight is used to balance the CG point, and the internal rubber band wings retainer. Construction in hardwood, not balsa. In any case it's a scale Breda 39, M-11 it's the kit/plan Movo number. Regards Pit"

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M-11 Breda 39 Early (oz11722) by Ermenegildo Preti from MOVO 1936 - model pic

  • (oz11722)
    M-11 Breda 39 Early
    by Ermenegildo Preti
    from MOVO
    32in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Civil
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 16/11/2019
    Filesize: 534KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Pit

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