Druine Turbulent (oz1209)
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Druine Turbulent. Free flight scale rubber model.
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by Lloyd Willis
from Flying Aces Downunder
Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Civil
all formers complete :)
Found online 09/06/2011 at:
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User commentsPlease note that on this plan the port wing is shorter by one bay than the starboard wing.
anon - 24/03/2017
Using CAD and assuming that the drawing for the Druine Turbulent is to correct scale, the wing span is 21.11". The wing panel on the right of the drawing is correct then add the center panel, and mirror the right, gives you 21.11". There are no material size callouts as if this were a reduction of slightly larger drawing resulting in odd material sizes. Making it difficult to build as drawn.
rchopper56 - 25/03/2017
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