Parlor Midget (oz12711)

 

Parlor Midget (oz12711) by HA Thomas from Air Trails Annual 1951 - plan thumbnail

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Parlor Midget. Indoor rubber sport model.

Quote: "Parlor Midget, by HA Thomas.

CEMENT soft balsa sheets edge to edge and trace full-size patterns. After trimming to outline, sand smoothly and thin the tips and trailing edges, rounding entering edges. Center line is scored, one half propped up and cemented, for dihedral. Later, add motor stick, lower skid and rudder.

Soft prop block is trimmed to outlines, carved and sanded. Check balance then add shaft (all wire parts bent from steel straight pins); cement thrust bearing and rear hook to body. Install prop with washer and one loop, 1/8 in flat T-56 rubber for a starter. Smooth glide may require nose ballast, slight warp of tips and tail."

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Parlor Midget (oz12711) by HA Thomas from Air Trails Annual 1951 - model pic

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  • (oz12711)
    Parlor Midget
    by HA Thomas
    from Air Trails Annual
    1951 
    10in span
    Rubber F/F
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 18/12/2020
    Filesize: 253KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: theshadow

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