Banana Fritter (oz1268)

 

Banana Fritter (oz1268) by Dick Twomey 1950 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Banana Fritter. Free flight rubber model.

Dick Twomey 30in span original design from 1950, modified in 2000 to suite P-30. Thanks to David Wagner for finding this plan.

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Banana Fritter (oz1268) by Dick Twomey 1950 - model pic

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User comments

Hello friends of Outerzone. Thank you very much for providing so many plans of wonderful old-school models. I send you photos [model pic and morepics 003-006] of my BANANA FRITTER converted to RC and ENLARGED 70%. I already built the original rubber model and for its excellent performance I decided to build it in a larger version, with electric motor and radio control equipment. I hope you like it.
Best Regards,
Andres Buljevic - 22/01/2020
Added a couple of shots of the completed model, thanks to Doug Forbes [more pics 007, 008].
Mary - 22/05/2020
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