Brandenburg Sea Monoplane oz1671


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About this Plan

Brandenburg Sea Monoplane. Scale 35in wingspan CL model for 2.5cc power, from Model Aircraft, March 1961.

Quote: "A simple to construct, easy to fly scale control-line seaplane for 2.5cc motor designed by A Warren.

The Brandenburg was chosen as suitable for a scale float plane control liner, because of its resemblance to the conventional sport C/L type of layout. It is a proven flyer, capable of being handled by a novice, the control being extremeley smooth - almost giving the impression of an ability to fly 'hands off'.

The original was powered with a Taifun Rasant 2.49, although with any motor of about that power it will fly on 50 ft lines in a wind, and will hold a 60 deg bank on a 9 x 6 airscrew.

Start by cutting the fuselage formers F1, 3 and 3 from 1/8 soft balsa..."

Update 24/07/2015: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy (patterned background removed) thanks to TonyP.

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Brandenburg Sea Monoplane  
by A Warden
from Model Aircraft
March 1961 
35in span
Tags: Scale IC C/L LowWing Floatplane Military
all formers complete :)
got article :)


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