Thunderbird II (oz14480)


Thunderbird II (oz14480) by Kaz Suzuki 1996 - plan thumbnail

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Thunderbird II. Peanut scale model.

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Greetings Steve and Mary, Attached is Kaz Suzuki's flying model of Gerry Anderson's Thunderbird 2.

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Thunderbird II (oz14480) by Kaz Suzuki 1996 - model pic

  • (oz14480)
    Thunderbird II
    by Kaz Suzuki
    from Shonai Peanut (ref:82)
    13in span
    Scale Rubber F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 24/03/2023
    Filesize: 114KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Rocco
    Downloads: 871

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I kind of feel there should be a Wikipedia page to link to for this. Not found.
SteveWMD - 05/04/2023
Maybe Steve?
Roger T - 05/04/2023
Nice. It's my own fault, sadly I built the ScaleType system so it only links directly to pages on Wikipedia. Another question: does anyone have photo of this actual peanut model? I'd love to see that.
SteveWMD - 05/04/2023
Lovely, lovely lovely! Does this hover too?
Miguel - 05/04/2023
Nice... Certainly the coolest of the "Thundies"... Now, how about an Angel Interceptor from the Capt. Scarlet series? If done in 1:32 scale it would be peanut scale and go about 93 mph to boot... Anyone?
RC Yeager - 05/04/2023
Roger T - 06/04/2023
Aha. Got it. Have set the ScaleType now, thanks.
SteveWMD - 06/04/2023
Something about a flying slope soarer version:
Pit - 06/04/2023
just a more scale like lifting body:
pit - 06/04/2023
I think I saw that John Stennard do a quadcopter based version for indoor (in his RCM&E column), but can't trace it. Or I may be delusional! 8-)
Roger T - 06/04/2023
Quadcopter article in Autumn 2016 Special of RCM&E, some videos of test version on youtube. Pit
pit - 06/04/2023
Hello Steve and Mary, Have just come across the page on the "Thunderbird 2" peanut scale model. Please find attached a number of photos [main pic, 003-007]. Pretty sure that both the model and the photos are by Kaz Suzuki himself... Kind regards,
Paul Dunlop - 25/06/2023
Ah, fantastic. I have been wanting for ages to see a pic of the finished model. Very tidy work.
SteveWMD - 25/06/2023
It certainly is! Look at photo 006, how the main body stringers flare in, and the outer ones intercept with the ones in the 'motor nacelle' tube. The overlapping transparent propellers are a fantastic idea!
Having a detachable nose must be a good idea as well, I suppose a few landings won't be like what the book says!
Miguel - 25/06/2023
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