Curare 60 Hybrid (oz12676)
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Curare Hybrid. Radio control pattern plane, for 60 power.
Note the original Curare 60 was kitted by MK, and versions were also published in both MAN Dec 1976, and RCME in 1977. This here is a later, re-drawn plan in vector format. Author unknown.
Quote: "Hanno Prettner's World Championship F3A Aerobatic model. 64 in wingspan, 56-3/4 in length. Suitable for .60 two stroke or .90 four stroke glow, 10cc gas engines or 5-cell electric motor.
Curare Hybrid design. Includes elements from:
- Hanno Prettner original design
- RCME plans
- Kato kit plans
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User commentsI hope the author of the plan will be identified as there is a lot of intelligent work invested in this.
Miguel - 16/12/2020
Thanks to the author or the one who prepared the plan. Seems that I can directly can get the parts lasered. You did a great job.
Best regards from Graz/Austria
NeverMeggs - 16/12/2020
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