Fly Baby (oz1385)

 

Fly Baby (oz1385) by Pete Bowers, Doc Mathews from Model Aviation 1989 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Fly Baby. Free flight gas model. Originally designed in the 40s and printed MAN April 1945, this is a later 1989 version of the plan, enlarged 50% from 48in to 72in span and adapted for radio control.

Update 02/03/2013: Added a clearer scanned version thanks to RFJ.

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Fly Baby (oz1385) by Pete Bowers, Doc Mathews from Model Aviation 1989 - model pic

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User comments

The side view of ribs shows undercamber, but fuselage side view of ribs shows a flat bottom rib.
anon - 07/11/2015
flat bottomed only the central ribs to make a sure plan joint with cabin saddle and due to the bottom sheeting, undercambered all the others ribs. Perfectly regular and common in this kind of plane.
pit - 07/11/2015
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