Pollutionless Pig (oz13398)
About this Plan
Pollutionless Pig. Radio control sport model for electric power, with geared Astro 05 motor or similar. Wingspan 60 in, wing area 560 sq in.
The original Astro Hog (oz4756) first appeared in Model Airplane News, April 1958. This here is a later, smaller version for electric power.
Note the plan also shows alternate .15 to .30 glow engine installation, dubbed the 'Greased Pig'.
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Quote: "Steve and Mary, Good day from sunny Pennsylvania! Please see attached files for your use and distribution. I was fortunate to find this as a short kit on Ebay. Finally was able to scan the plans into a PDF and send them off to you. The original copy is a bit 'light' so the copy exhibits the same.
The attached picture [main pic] is of the original builder John Chapis that I found on RC Groups. It appears the plans date back to 1992 and was somewhat popular here on the East Coast. An interesting build that I think others will enjoy.
I have this on the building board now and will send completion pics when done. Thank you for your time and efforts on behalf of modellers everywhere. Take care and stay safe! Regards, Rich"
Update 28/10/2021: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, thanks to JohnChapis.
Quote: "Please find attached original copy of plan. Have several others to submit once I can get photos scanned. JC"
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