Beppe II (oz12329)
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Beppe II. Radio control sport pattern model. Wingspan 108 cm. For 2 - 2.5 cc engines.
Note this plan is a clone of the Randy Randolph 'Chips' design as published in MAN, March 1990 - see comments.
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by Giuseppe Fascione
IC R/C LowWing
Found online 26/06/2020 at:
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User commentsPic of the Beppe II enclosed [main pic].
Duane Holliger - 28/09/2020
This drawing is my rendition of the Chips aircraft, designed by the late Randy Randolph and published on the March 1990 issue of Model Airplane News. I was living in Italy, at that time, and I wanted to start the construction immediately. So I enlarged the M.A.N. little drawing and "pronto!", here it is Beppe II! My version is a little larger, thou! Now that the drawing is available on Outerzone, I want to officially declare that my rendition is a "Clone" of a Randy's design!!! Thanks! Giuseppe "Beppe" Fascione
Beppe Fascione - 01/11/2021
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