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Charger. Free flight gas model for .45 Tiger power. With a fully enclosed pylon-cowled engine, retracting landing gear, twin tails and overall streamlining, a very pretty pylon free flight competition model. From Air World, November 1946.
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by Claude McCullough
from Air World
all formers complete :)
Found online 28/10/2011 at:
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Credit*: Bob Keller
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User commentsBeautiful airplane, and would like to build, but only see one wing and one elevator rib. Both wing and stab are tapered. Are there rib drawings missing, or is there a way to compute the ribs for a tapered undercambered wing?
Glassblade - 13/03/2015
Hello Steve, I have new pics for you, this is the last model that I have made for my friend Harrison Jordan from USA, 'The Charger' 1946, a nice pylon free fly airplane. Thanks for the plan, it's a very nice design.
MarcoAGuillermo - 01/05/2015
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