Fuit (oz13391)


Fuit (oz13391) by Jean-Pierre Beissac from Modele Magazine 1957 - plan thumbnail

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Fuit. Coupe d'Hiver competition rubber model.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Quote: "Hello, To complement E. Bennet's 1996 interpretation of Jean-Pierre Beissac's Fuit 3 (oz9829), please find herewith the authentic plan of 'Fuit' by Jean-Pierre Beissac, as published full-size in Modèle Magazine issue number 92, December 1957. It shows details of the thin airfoils used and construction of the model with its hardwood wing spar.

Also included is the article with English translation and the report of the 1958 Coupe d'Hiver, also with English translation.

Jean-Pierre Beissac had won the first three places, the engine of his Citroen 2CV running for most of the competition with the models inside between flights in an attempt to keep them dry.

I was fifteen at the time and a contestant, placing in the penultimate position with an own design model. At least, I had beaten someone and learned that a true Coupe d'Hiver model must be as waterproof as possible.

Thrity years later I had better luck with René Jossien's Ailbass (oz8240), the prettiest Coupe dHiver ever designed.

Thanks again for the Outerzone, it is precious to all of us builders.
Best modelling regards, Jean-Marie Piednoir"

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  • (oz13391)
    by Jean-Pierre Beissac
    from Modele Magazine
    December 1957 
    38in span
    Rubber F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 12/10/2021
    Filesize: 183KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JMP_blackfoot

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