Luton Buzzard MkII (oz12915)


Luton Buzzard MkII (oz12915) from RC Pilot International 2004 - plan thumbnail

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Luton Buzzard MkII. Radio control scale model, for electric power. Wingspan 1338 mm.

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Quote: "Hi, I found a plan for the Luton Buzzard MkII in an old French magazine (RC Pilot International) that looked pretty accurate and decided to build it, but at 2x plan size for a span of 2.7m. The original French 1/8 scale plan (1338mm wing span) is attached - the notation is of course French, but anyone with some modelling experience can follow the plan details easily.

The model I built is now finished [see main pic, 003-005], but I'm unable to test it, due to lockdown restrictions. I know from previous information that the model - as designed - was a good flier, albeit a little fast for scale. Best regards,"


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Luton Buzzard MkII (oz12915) from RC Pilot International 2004 - model pic

  • (oz12915)
    Luton Buzzard MkII
    from RC Pilot International
    January 2004 
    52in span
    Scale Glider R/C LowWing Pusher
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 23/03/2021
    Filesize: 617KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DaveGoodenough

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Luton Buzzard MkII (oz12915) from RC Pilot International 2004 - pic 003.jpg
Luton Buzzard MkII (oz12915) from RC Pilot International 2004 - pic 004.jpg
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Congratulations. Very nicely done. Do the colours refer to the original plane built in the 30ies?
Hubert - 31/03/2021
Hi, To my knowledge and research, yes. But then I've seen two others - one without the yellow. If you look at the B&W photos of the MkII, you'll see a distinct colour difference and dividing stripe on the flying surfaces, something I decided to copy.
Dave Goodenough - 31/03/2021
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