Martin Dive Bomber


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Martin Dive Bomber  
by Paul Lindberg
from Popular Aviation
October 1935 
41in span
Tags: Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Military Bomber
all formers complete :)

This plan was found online 12/07/2011 at:
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About this Plan

Martin Dive Bomber - Free flight rubber scale model. Originally from Popular Aviation 1935.

Quote: "THIS particular model makes an excellent flyer and carries all of the latest improvements. The model is Type BM‑2 and can be built with or without the ring cowl. It is equipped with movable controls which carry aluminum hinges. We advise you to build the model with movable controls, because this is an excellent method of controlling the flights of your model." Many thanks to Swankee for help identifying this plan. It was scanned and posted on ThePlanPage previously at


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