Messerchmitt 109 (oz2051)

 

Messerchmitt 109 (oz2051) from Modelhob - plan thumbnail

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Messerchmitt Me109. Scale German WWII fighter for control line. Originally by Walt Musciano? (see comments).

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Hi Steve, While in high school in the early 60's, I built a control line ME 109 by Walt Musciano that was featured in American Modeler Magazine. I searched your site (and others) high and low with no luck. Today, I discovered that the plan was on your site all along in the form of a Spanish language plan. This threw me off for awhile as anyone familiar with Walt's drafting style should recognize this anywhere. The Spanish plan is virtually identical to the one published in AAM magazine with the exception of the notation, title box and a couple scrap views. Now that I've found what I was looking for, maybe I can start working on this project. The span may be an inch or two off from the AAM version, but I re-scale everything anyway. This may clear a couple things up for some other modelers as well. Thanks again for your plans. Now if someone could just find a plan for the 1950's Graupner ME 109 (660mm) I would be very happy. I've located the complete kit but the guy wants $350.
HalKarlson - 25/04/2013
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