P-51 Mustang (oz12813)


P-51 Mustang (oz12813) by Sergio Daeuble from Hobbylandia 2020 - plan thumbnail

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P-51 Mustang. Control line profile model.

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Quote: "Dear Steve and Mary, wishing that all things are going and running very well for the couple, with health, peace and success.

This time we have here a plan for a Hobbylandia 049 classic kit from the '60s, the P-51 Mustang 049 nicknamed "Mustanguinho" (small Mustang) in Portuguese.

This was a kit designed and made by Mr Morimoto's Hobby company, Hobbylandia, from Rio de Janeiro in the late '60s. It was very popular plane during the '60s and '70s for its simplicity, modest cost and good flying characteristics.

This one is a small profile model with curved (undercambered) balsa sheet wings that translates to a nice and stable flight. It was designed around radial back tanked half-A engines like Cox Baby Bee's 049, Cox 049 Black Widows, Enya 06 and other engines with integral fuel tanks.

The fuselage can be easily modified to accept radial mounting engines like Cox Tee Dees, Black Widows and on.

The original kit at the time didn't have a true full size plan, just a building instruction.

This very nice plan was vectorized and made in CAD by Mr Sérgio Daeuble using an unbuilt kit as a pattern to make this full size plan. Sérgio Daeuble was and is making a fantastic work of rescuing vintage and almost forgotten Brazilian model plans and planes that otherwise would be lost in time. Thanks Sérgio!"


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P-51 Mustang (oz12813) by Sergio Daeuble from Hobbylandia 2020 - model pic

  • (oz12813)
    P-51 Mustang
    by Sergio Daeuble
    from Hobbylandia
    22in span
    Scale IC C/L Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 16/02/2021
    Filesize: 210KB
    Format: • PDFvector
    Credit*: CarloAM

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Main picture and more pics 003-006 all thanks to CarloAM.
SteveWMD - 19/02/2021
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