Roaring 20 (oz12011)


Roaring 20 (oz12011) by Ken Willard from Top Flite 1965 - plan thumbnail

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Roaring 20. Radio control sport model.

The Roaring 20 (oz1429) was first published in June 1962 MAN. This here is the design as it appeared when kitted by Top Flite.

Scan from dfritzke, cleanup by Circlip.

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Roaring 20 (oz12011) by Ken Willard from Top Flite 1965 - model pic

  • (oz12011)
    Roaring 20
    by Ken Willard
    from Top Flite
    22in span
    IC R/C
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 03/03/2020
    Filesize: 277KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke, Circlip

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User comments

Neat design. The horiz. stab span/shape could be estimated from the images and partial view on the plan, but it would be nice if someone could "scan" the actual stab and elevator parts...
Dave D - 17/03/2020
Doh! Answered my own request. Another version of the plan is right here on Outerzone, with the full stab/elevator shown! See OZ 1429
Dave D - 17/03/2020
Dave D, see the OZ plan (oz1429). The rudder and fin should be enlarged 10-15%, the white and red plane show this and my aged wood version now has these done. The stab and elevator are OK as is. Won't hurt anything to add a bay to each wing panel.
Bill Hibbets - 17/03/2020
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