P-51D Mustang B1 (oz13445)


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P-51D Mustang B1. Control line profile semi-scale model WWII fighter.

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Quote: "Dear Steve and Mary, Here we have a new project that was made by Sérgio Daeuble. This is a semi scale profile airplane with flapped wings P-51D Mustang designed by our very competent friend and modeller Sérgio Daeuble.

The model was made for engines in the .19 to .35 engines range and serves very well as a stunt trainer, sport flier, semi scale stunt trainer, profile semi scale model as well a good slow combat trainer. The wingspan of the model is 41-3/8 wingspan.

The prototype used a standard Fox 35 Stunt engine with very good results. Sergio is also working on a variation from this same design, but this second one will be with a flapless tappered wings, version with a wing design similar to the Ringmaster. The author nicknamed this version as Mustang B1 and the flapless version will be Mustang B2.

Many thanks to you by your excellent work in this excellent website that is Outerzone UK. Regards,"


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P-51D Mustang B1 (oz13445) by Sergio A Daeuble 2021 - model pic

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    P-51D Mustang B1
    by Sergio A Daeuble
    41in span
    Scale IC C/L Military Fighter
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 01/11/2021
    Filesize: 344KB
    Format: • PDFvector
    Credit*: CarloAM

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Dear Brazilian modellers, caros amigos brasileiros,
have there ever been modelplans in your country for the CAP-4 Paulistinha and the CAP-5 Carioquinha? Where can these plans be ordered? As an ardent aficionado to Brazilian aircraft I always had the wish to build flying copies of both of these little planes. I'm shure other modelbuilders would also be interested.
Many thanks and obrigado muito!
Robert Schlickewitz - 19/11/2021
Dear Robert. Sérgio is finishing the vectorization of the plans from the "Paulistinha 09" controline semi scale model com Aerobras, a classic model from Aerobras. We will share the plans here at Outerzone. Please send me your email account so I can send you some plans. Best Wishes, Carlo
Carlo - 19/11/2021
Oi amigo, obrigado muitas vezes. Voce pode escrever em brasileiro. Passei um ano no pais do Senhor uns trinta-cinco anos atraz e ainda entendo muito. Meo endereco Email e o seguinte:
Melhores cumprimentos, Roberto
Robert Schlickewitz - 19/11/2021
Oi Robert, muito obrigado pelo seu retorno
Neste fim de semana lhe envio as plantas que tenho via email, um grande abraço
Carlo - 19/11/2021
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