Aero Commander L-26 oz209


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Aero Commander L-26 - Control line scale model. 33in span scale twin-engine CL by Berkeley Models. President Eisenhower's L-26. Kit # 8-3.


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oz209 datafile

Aero Commander L-26  
by Paul Del Gatto
from Berkeley
33in span
Tags: Scale IC C/L Multi Civil
formers incomplete :(


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