Blue Pants (oz14913)
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Blue Pants. Control line stunt model. Wingspan 37 in, for .15 to .19 engines.
See also the Aeromodeller plan Blue Pants (oz3491) from 1955. This here is the Blue Pants as kitted by Svensons. Includes full build instructions in both Dutch and French.
Quote (from catalogue page): "Designed and developed by Henry STOUFFS, 1954 World Champion and 1957 European Champion in control-line aerobatics, the 'BLUE PANTS' is not only a very good stunter for the confirmed pilot, but it is also an excellent model to start out with in control-line flying. Because of its thick airfoil, short moment-arm and large areas, it is quite stable and at the same time very maneuverable, and will fly the entire pattern with ease. A .15 engine should do for the beginner whereas the 'pro' will use a good .19. Span 36" and length 20" - Kit contains all die-cut balsa and plywood, and all necessary hardware (including wheels!). "
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Quote: "Dear Mary & Steve, directly from my garage, where I accurately preserved it, here is Svenson's Blue Pants kit plan, with catalogue pages and some images. It was a famous stunter in the fifties (see oz3491) and now I can't wait no more to build and fly it.... Really I will never stop thanking you for your invaluable work. Armando Argano"
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