Cavalier (oz13317)

 

Cavalier (oz13317) from Micro Models 1971 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Cavalier. Free flight power model (or single channel RC), for .020 engines.

Note plan states: Cox .020 for free flight. Use .035 or .049 for RC.

Note the 110 inch Cavalier design by Ben Shereshaw first appeared in the Frank Zaic 1937 Yearbook. The closest thing we have on Outerzone to a full size original plan is the smaller Berkeley Cavalier 60 (oz286) kit plan from 1939. This here is a later version at 36 in span.

Quote: "The 1937 Cavalier. 1/3 scale 36 inch span. Classic Old Timer Free Flight in Scale, by Micro Models, San Diego, Calif. Full size plans. Pre-cut parts. Authentic scaling. For Sport or Single Channel RC. Planked or stringer construction. For .020 to .049 engines."

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Printwood.

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Cavalier (oz13317) from Micro Models 1971 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz13317)
    Cavalier
    from Micro Models (ref:F104)
    1971 
    36in span
    IC F/F Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 31/08/2021
    Filesize: 635KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: TomRyan

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Full size Cavalier is available here: https://plans.modelaircraft.org/product/cavalier-r-c/
Tom - 19/09/2021
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