Fauvel AV 10 (oz1890)
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Peanut scale to 9" rule. 2 sheets
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Fauvel AV 10
by Emmanuel Fillon
Scale Rubber F/F Cabin Civil
all formers complete :)
Found online 01/12/2011 at:
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User commentsHi Mary & Steve, I've attached some photos of my latest quarantine project, the Fauvel AV-10 from the Emmanuel Fillon plans, oz1890. Though designed for rubber power, peanut scale (9" fuselage rule) it's short and voluminous fuselage and ample wing area made it a great candidate for CO2 power. So, I modified it to accept my Gasparin G-43BB motor. I haven't flown it under power yet, but I suspect that trimming will be interesting. Movable trailing edge surfaces are a must. Outerzone has a great collection of Emmanuel Fillon plans. The subjects of his designs are often very interesting aircraft not frequently modelled. His plans are a cross between artistic sketches and technical illustration. His structures often replicate the structure of the full scale aircraft and are on the light and intricate side, but make for beautiful models. If you want a break from the usual peanut subjects, check them out! Sincerely,
Eric Holmes - 17/02/2021
Bravo. Beautiful pics, of a great model.
SteveWMD - 17/02/2021
I heartily echo Steve's comments regarding Eric's model and Eric's regarding Fillon's plans, which are always a delight.
Jan Novick - 17/02/2021
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