Southerner 60 (oz1405)


Southerner 60 (oz1405) by Vintage1 2007 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Southerner 60. Classic free flight gas model. This is a modern plan completely redrawn from scratch by Vintage1 designed for laser cutting. This plan is for a modern version with electric power and RC.

For the original Bill Dean drawn Keil Kraft design, see the KK Southerner (oz5292) plan.


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Southerner 60 (oz1405) by Vintage1 2007 - model pic


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Steve, the Southener 60 fuselage as shown has the nose shortened from the original by two inches, and more importantly, the fuselage plan is not to full scale, it needs to be blown up 120% to bring it to the correct size. Otherwise, great work. Regards,
DavidMurrell - 01/06/2013
I think you're right. Anyone volunteer to edit this one to correct scale? It's in PDFvector format, so me I'd just spoilt it.
SteveWMD - 01/06/2013
For many of the fuselage and other parts there is no indication of the material nor the thickness.
Happy to enlarge the fuselage plan page by 120% and increase the nose length by 50mm.
Greg Potter - 22/07/2021
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