Dynamic Trio (oz14775)


Dynamic Trio (oz14775) by Kim Orr 1967 - plan thumbnail

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Dynamic Trio (The Amateur designer). A collection of three simple all-balsa gliders.

1. U-Tooski
2. Floater
3. Rat Plane

Quote: "The Dynamic Trio, by Kim Orr. These flyers are easy to build and easy to fly. All weather conditions are favorable except high winds. The Ratplane is mostly a looker although it flies fairly well. The other two are bouyant ones, and if built, weighted and adjusted properly, will amaze you with their flying ability."

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  • (oz14775)
    Dynamic Trio
    by Kim Orr
    from Sig Air Modeler
    January 1967 
    9in span
    Glider F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 17/08/2023
    Filesize: 94KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: theshadow
    Downloads: 251

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SIG AIR-MODELER Magazines In 1966 and 1967 Glen Sigafoose,founder of SIG Mfg. Co., realized his lifelong dream of publishing his own model airplane magazine. It was called SIG AIR-MODELER . The bi-monthly magazine featured some very memorable airplane construction articles, as well as newsbits on all facets of modeling - F/F, C/L, and R/C. Unfortunately SIG's publishing endeavor only lasted for 7 issues
PIT - 31/08/2023
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