Dago Red (oz15243)


Dago Red (oz15243) by Ken Williams - plan thumbnail

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Dago Red. Radio control slope soarer model. Wingspan 30.5 in.

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Quote: "Hi Steve and Mary, I'm sending you a scan for Dago-Red, a mini-slope soarer, from K&A Models Unlimited. Sadly, very few slopes in Indiana, and most are covered with tall oaks. And from my interests, it's on the small side. But any time I have seen a photo of one of these, the P-51 racer shines thru, in a very sleek and distinctive way. It was one I was sure that you would have had already. Glad to share this with others, hoping they find it equally interesting.

As for me? Let's see, 150%, brushless up front, a salvaged E-Flite 232 wing there in the center... it could work! Maybe I've always colored out-side of the lines?? Who knows? Will love to see some photos posted of whatever versions exist, or come about with the plan sheet! There might be some instructions out there too, like 'Download, build, fly, enjoy, post photos'.
Keep up the wonderful work, HobiePilot"


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Dago Red (oz15243) by Ken Williams - model pic

  • (oz15243)
    Dago Red
    by Ken Williams
    from KA Models
    30in span
    Glider R/C
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 14/04/2024
    Filesize: 541KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: HobiePilot
    Downloads: 286

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