RC-1 (oz12737)


RC-1 (oz12737) by Alfredo Hebon 2007 - plan thumbnail

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RC-1. Radio control sport model.

The original 1934 RC-1 (oz12778) Chester Lanzo design was 84 in wingspan. This here is a later redrawn plan for 3 channel RC, with wingspan 63 in.

Quote: "Scaled and adapted for R/C Assist by Alfredo Hebön of Argentina."

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RC-1 (oz12737) by Alfredo Hebon 2007 - model pic

  • (oz12737)
    by Alfredo Hebon
    63in span
    IC R/C
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 05/01/2021
    Filesize: 428KB
    Format: • PDFvector • CADfile
    Credit*: TomRyan

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Does anyone have a scan of the 1934 original RC-1 plan? I guess maybe there never was such a plan, if (according to the AMA bio) it wasn't a great success, and Lanzo moved quickly on to building later versions.
SteveWMD - 12/01/2021
Hi Steve and Mary, I don't have the plans for this ship but I do have a nicely built seven-foot-span RC-1 in my shop, which I got from the estate of a modeling friend [main pic]. My friend didn't build it; who did, is unknown. The RC-1 at one time was being built in numbers for SAM O.T. R/C competition because it did fly reasonably well, could be built light and by swapping engines, could be flown in several different classes.
Phil Bernhardt - 12/01/2021
I have the original RC-1 plan and will get it to Outerzone ASAP
Tom Ryan - 13/01/2021
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