Ercoupe (oz1317)


Ercoupe (oz1317) by Albert E Hatfull - plan thumbnail

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Ercoupe. Scale rubber model.

Update 08/06/2013: Added printwood scans, thanks to vintage1.


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Here are two pics of my very old KK Aeronca Ercoupe by Albert E Hatfield, OZ ref: 1317 [model photo & more pics 005, 006]. This was built from an original kit in about 1975. I got it to fly in small circles fairly well until one day a small dog grabbed it by the tail as it was coming in to land. When I ran towards the little dog, he dropped the 'plane and ran off but the tail (of the plane!) was badly damaged. I recently repaired the tail but not very accurately since I had sanded it down very thin and light when built ... and after 40 years in a box!! So it doesn't want to fly today.
NicholasTucker - 17/05/2018
The supplement parts seem to be over-sized. Check before chopping!
bill dennis - 13/05/2024
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