Aero A.10 (oz11821)


Aero A.10 (oz11821) by Hurst Bowers 1993 - plan thumbnail

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Aero A10. Free flight scale model for Rubber, CO2 or Electric power.

Quote: "This is a 30 in span model of the Aero A.10 Czech biplane airliner of 1922, designed by Hurst Bowers and published in Nov. 1993 MaxFax, the DCMaxecuters newsletter. The A.10 had a single 260 hp 6-cylinder inline engine and could accomodate in the enclosed cabin either 3 passengers with 2 tables or 5 passengers without tables. The pilot and navigator sat in an open cockpit behind the top wing. Hurst designed this model for rubber, CO2 or electric power and it looks suitable for lightweight RC."

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Aero A.10 (oz11821) by Hurst Bowers 1993 - model pic

  • (oz11821)
    Aero A.10
    by Hurst Bowers
    from MaxFax
    November 1993 
    30in span
    Scale Rubber CO2 Electric F/F Biplane Civil
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 18/12/2019
    Filesize: 516KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DPlumpe

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User comments

Doh. My mistake. Sorry for the confusion. Have shuffled this entry around, because the previous plan in this slot was a duplicate of Military Aircraft HM-1 (oz11274). Have now replaced that plan with this here previously unlisted Aero A10 plan.
SteveWMD - 20/12/2019
Pardon my ignorance, but can anyone say what this Max Fax thing is, as I see no connection between balsa and tissue with maxillofacial surgery?
Miguel - 20/12/2019
MaxFax is the DC Maxecuter's Newsletter, see
SteveWMD - 20/12/2019
Thank you Steve!
Miguel - 20/12/2019
Added pics of Aero A.10 model built by Dave Mitchell, [mainpic, 003, 004] thanks to DPlumpe. Note that mainpic and photo 003 were taken by Pat Daily.
SteveWMD - 30/03/2021
A magnificent model of a wondrous aircraft
Jan Novick - 30/03/2021
Yes it is, delightful engine louvres and radiator!
Miguel - 31/03/2021
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