Turner Special (oz15178)


Turner Special (oz15178) by Allen Turner 2000 - plan thumbnail

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Turner Special. Free flight cabin model. Wingspan 7 feet.

Note the Turner Special (oz6981) first appeared in May 1936 MAN. This here is a later redrawn version, dated Dec 2000.

Quote: "Turner Special Planset #7 for Richard Greenburg. Dec, 2000. Plans by Jim Barkdull. First published in Man, May 1936."

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Quote: "This is a more detailed version of plan (oz6981). It retains the reflexed trailing edge although it appears to have less positive incidence in the wing (longitudinal dihedral for the engineers) ...thanks for all the work you do. TomRyan."


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  • (oz15178)
    Turner Special
    by Allen Turner
    December 2000 
    84in span
    IC F/F Cabin
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 11/03/2024
    Filesize: 1303KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: TomRyan
    Downloads: 313

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Holy Cow, another Turner special. I’m glad I got distracted from cutting ribs this weekend. This plan is much nicer. I’d build it for that wind penetrating reflex airfoil alone. But, I’m definitely going to put some double spars and shear webs in the wing. I really dig the solid windscreen and I already have the paint!
John Simmons - 19/03/2024
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