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Troublemaker. Radio control pattern plane.
Note photo of completed Troublemaker model (by dave_anderson) was found online at https://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/classic-rc-patt...
Note this plan file is derived from the scan posted by Lowrider1960 on RCGroups (see datafile). This here is the same plan, after cleanup [see pic 004].
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by Tony Bonetti
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Found online 22/06/2020 at:
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Credit*: Lowrider1960, RFJ
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User commentsHello! Nice to have the Troublemaker from Tony Bonetti, it is already saved.
However I still wanted to ask for the Intrepid, also from Tony Bonetti. It is a further developed version from Troublemaker with anedral on the stab...
Thanks for your altruist job.
Fábio Gil - 27/06/2020
Fabio... I don't believe the Intrepid was ever published in a magazine or kitted. Tony Bonetti won the 1981 US Nationals with it, so it remains a mystery why no one tried to capitalize on that. From photos, it appears that the Intrepid was a stretched Troublemaker with enclosed pipe. Maybe wingspan was increased a bit too.
RC Yeager - 27/06/2020
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