Mooney A-1 (oz12015)

 

Mooney A-1 (oz12015) by Hurst Bowers from MaxFax 1999 - plan thumbnail

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Mooney A-1. Rubber scale model.

Quote: "The Mooney A-1 was a four-place low-wing aircraft powered by a 100 hp Kinner radial engine. It was the first plane produced, in 1929, by brothers Al and Art Mooney's Mooney Aircraft Corp. It was similar to the Alexander Bullet, also designed by Al, but somewhat simplified to lower the cost. Despite their cost-reduction efforts, the Great Depression put an end to the company and the A-1.

This 28.8 inch span model was designed by Hurst Bowers and published in the March 1999 issue of MaxFax, the DC Maxecuters club newsletter. He designed it for free-flight with either rubber, electric, or CO2 power, but the cabin is roomy enough to accommodate ultralight RC gear, if one wanted a challenge."

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  • (oz12015)
    Mooney A-1
    by Hurst Bowers
    from MaxFax
    March 1999 
    29in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 05/03/2020
    Filesize: 507KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DPlumpe

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