1936 Lanzo Racer (oz12926)


1936 Lanzo Racer (oz12926) 1998 - plan thumbnail

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1/2A Lanzo Racer. Wingspan 51 in, wing area 280 sq in.

Quote: "1936 Lanzo Racer. Scaled Nov 1998. By DF Coombs."

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1936 Lanzo Racer (oz12926) 1998 - model pic

  • (oz12926)
    1936 Lanzo Racer
    51in span
    IC F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 26/03/2021
    Filesize: 1073KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: TomRyan
    Downloads: 816

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User comments

The photo of that young man with the Red Solidarity shirt on and with the hat backwards [pic 004] is me, Mike McIntyre at the 1996 SAM Champs after winning the Texaco event. Photo was taken by Jack Hiner. The Lanzo Racer I am holding is 600 sq. in. in wing area. Electric motor is a Leisure 28 turn motor with a 3.8:1 Leisure gearbox and the batteries were 7 cell 800AR red cell Nicads.
Michael McIntyre - 14/02/2022
Hi, here are some photos of my new model 1/2A Texaco [main pic, 005-008] thanks for the plan.
Petr Panek - 22/09/2022
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