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Citabria. Peanut scale model kit. The Sterling kit P2 contained the plans and parts to make up two complete models, the peanut Citabria and the peanut Monocoupe (oz13504).
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User commentsMerry Christmas! Here's to you and Mary having a wonderful holiday, and New Year too...
By the way, the Sterling Citabria decal file, is actually the Monocoupe decal:0
Doug - 19/12/2021
Single sheet decal for both models, but white Citabria lettering are virtually invisible on the sheet. The kits were coupled on a single kit box.
Pit - 19/12/2021
Here's a few pictures of a Citabria I built from the Sterling peanut kit oz13505 [main pic, 006-009]. This model was built in the summer of 2016. As seen in the uncovered picture 006, I replaced the plastic cowl with a built-up structure and balsa nose block. Covering is Peck domestic tissue, spliced together for the wing and tail sunbursts. Markings were printed on white paper and glued over the tissue. It flies well - best to date is just over a minute. Flying weight is just over 10g with a ~12" loop of 1/16" rubber. Thanks again for all you do to keep these plans available!
Mike Kelly - 23/12/2021
Hi Mary and Steve. I wish for you that all your Christmas wishes comes true! Merry Christmas! My latest finished model [pics 010-014]. Thank you for the plans!
Maciej - 23/12/2021
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