P-51D Mustang - Sport scale / pattern model for .60 power.
Quote: - "I decided to go ahead and design a P-51D of my own. As a source, I obtained the Morgan P-51 book which has a set of factory three-views in it with body cross-sections ...in addition, at our local airport a privately owned P-51D was available so that I was able to compare my own plans and the real aircraft ...I cheated just slightly in the design of the wing as it was lengthened approximately 2 inches on each panel and one inch chord added to the wing ...in addition, for model flying, one needs a slightly larger elevator than is true ...other than these two slight deviations in the basic P-51 design, there have been no variations from scale in this model. I am sure that these deviations are smaller than those typically encountered in the usual scale event, let alone in the multi-stunt event."
Update 08/11/2014: Replaced this plan with a clearer scan, thanks to MJB.
Quote: - "Hi Steve; Attached are 2 files for Frank Baker's P-51D from RCM. I scanned these from original full size prints I have owned for about 30 years, and stitched them together as best as I could using the Hogal method. This should be an improvement over the current plans in your file. Best Regards from Canada."
Update 03/07/2017: added missing pages to article, thanks to RFJ.
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