Airmaster Aircar (oz13519)


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Airmaster M1 Aircar. Control line scale model.

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Airmaster Aircar (oz13519) by Jerry Alger - model pic

  • (oz13519)
    Airmaster Aircar
    by Jerry Alger
    from Model Industries
    35in span
    Scale IC C/L LowWing Pusher
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 15/12/2021
    Filesize: 1093KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke
    Downloads: 403

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The Boggs Airmaster was designed by Herbert and Helen Boggs in 1944. The idea was curious. The cabin was changeable between automobile chassis and separate airframe. The cabin could be transferred following the needs. This concept needed a crane for changing the cabin and it wasn’t really practical. You need a car chassis in every place you reached...No development work of this concept was ever done.
pit - 25/12/2021
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