Sopwith Triplane (oz13228)
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Sopwith Triplane. Free flight scale model WWI fighter, for rubber power. Scale is 1/8.
Uploaded to the HPA site (see Datafile) by Greg Thomas, the designer.
Quote: "This is a 1/8 exact scale rubber power free-flight model of the Sopwith Triplane. All full scale documentation in developing the model came from Jim Kiger of Replicraft. Every detail that could be replicated at this scale is shown. It was intended to be a 1/8 scale kit but will not be manufactured due to the projected high costs of doing so. The entire airplane has been 3D modeled to guarantee every part shown will fit precisely as indicated on the drawing set. Greg Thomas"
Quote: "Although this document is a copyrighted document and may not be used to manufacture in any form, a production kit of this design as shown here, it is given freely to the modeling public via 'Hip Pocket Aeronatics' for personal use in creating the model portrayed here. ThomasDesigns retains and reserves the production rights to manufacture the model as shown on these documents. Signed, Gregory J Thomas 16 Apr 14, for Thomas Designs."
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by Greg Thomas
Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Military Fighter
all formers complete :)
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User commentsThis is something the likes of which we don't see every day. Thank you, Greg.
Miguel - 11/08/2021
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