Quaker Flash


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Quaker Flash  
by Herb Clukey
from Flyline
July 1979 
34in span
Tags: IC R/C Cabin
all formers complete :)

This plan was found online 27/08/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1455354
Outerzone planID: oz1584 | Filesize: 1048KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: orange&white


About this Plan

Quaker Flash - Single channel radio control model for .020 engines. This is a later, half-size version of the original 1937 FF Paul Karnow design. Herb Clukey, Flyline kit. Plan shows Cox .020 PeeWee power and single channel RC.


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User comments

Hi friends, I found this picture of Quaker Flash of Flyline models, 34 inchs, built with plans of Outerzone. Building with balsa and light plywood, covered with silkspan dope and paint. It's a beautiful vintage plane.
CarlosAB - 01/12/2016
Hi Mary and Steve, here are some photos of my Quaker Flash [more pics 004-007]. I've built this with the plan from your site. I've printed the plan at 138% to increase the wingspan to 47 inch (1.2 m) and converted it to electric. It flies best under 24,7 oz (700 g), so build it light and use a small Lipo!
Gerd - 12/06/2017
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