Monocoupe (oz14832)


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Monocoupe. Control line scale model. Wingspan 21 in, for .020 Pee Wee engine.

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This is also a Free Flight model
Richard Browning - 28/09/2023
Fair point, it does include mention of FF in the instructions, along with C/L and 'A/M'. Have added FF tag now.
SteveWMD - 29/09/2023
Blueprint incomplete (not enough for building).
Denis - 01/10/2023
there is a 4view, which could be used to provide the formers that are missing
is the site.
Ted Avey - 01/10/2023
hippocket has a printwood file
Ted Avey - 01/10/2023
Does it? Can you send us a link? I can't find that.
SteveWMD - 01/10/2023
As many kits were back in the day, plans only showed what was needed for building with included cut parts. They were deathly afraid of builders just using the plans to build another model. Few modelers did this, but that's the way they thought. A bigger problem, with a Pee Wee, this size model would have been a rocket ship, waaay too much power. My Pee Wee pulled a 36" model straight up. These designs were mostly never finished anyway.
Doug Smith - 01/10/2023
3-views anyone? See the red "RCLibrary 3views" linkie above the kit box pic on the right,.
Miguel - 02/10/2023
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