Bellanca Aircruiser (oz12007)


Bellanca Aircruiser (oz12007) by FE Pierce 1978 - plan thumbnail

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Bellanca Aircruiser. Radio control scale model. Scale is 1/12.

Quote: "I would like to thank Mr DE Anderson and the Canadian Historical Society for their help, without it this plan would not be possible, FEP. Bellanca Aircruiser R/C. Radio controled model for 4 channel. Wingspan 65 in. Scale 1 in = 1 ft. Power - 35 to 60 engine. Design and drawing FE Pierce. 7-15-77, revised 2-2-78. "

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  • (oz12007)
    Bellanca Aircruiser
    by FE Pierce
    64in span
    Scale IC R/C Floatplane Multi
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 03/03/2020
    Filesize: 1609KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke, Circlip
    Downloads: 1265

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The EDO Float plans are the best I’ve seen, incredibly well scaled. The Aircraft plan is also incredible, but those floats are the tops!
Jeff Dick - 23/03/2020
I have to disagree, the floats are the bottoms unless you're flying inverted :)
Please see oz4924, oz6346, and oz6356 as well. These plans are absolutely beautiful! Thank you, Mr. Pierce, and all the people who spotted these wherever it was! Just allow me to ask: are there any others by any chance?
Miguel - 03/07/2022
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