Baron 1914 (oz2086)
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Baron 1914. Sports model for 4 channel radio control. French language plan, dimensions are metric.
This is a later CAD-redrawn plan.
The Baron 1914 design was originally created by Christian Chauzit, editor of the French Modele Magazine circa 1970. See blog pages here (in French) for more detail: http://lebarondechristianchauzit.blogspot.co.uk/p/page-2.html.
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by Christian Chauzit
all formers complete :)
Found online 23/12/2011 at:
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User commentsHello, It would be nice to mention the name of the originator of this plane and all derivatives (Baronnet, Viconte, etc ...): Mr Christian CHAUZIT.
anon - 20/11/2017
Thanks, I agree. Have gathered what info I can, and updated this listing. Can anyone add more details, maybe even the original plan drawing? Thanks.
SteveWMD - 20/11/2017
Hello There! Please find attached pictures of my Baron ready for La Coupe Des Barons; the start line of La Coupe Des Barons which took place on Saturday 2nd June 2018; and my Baron with an aileron wing [model photo & more pics 003-006]. Happy Landings.
DavidDavis - 05/06/2018
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