Spearhead Junior (oz220)
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Spearhead Junior. High-wing cabin free flight model.
Update 24/03/2020: Added kit review (of Klarich Custom kit) from RCM November 1999, thanks to RFJ.
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by Jerry Stoloff
from Eagle Model Aircraft
IC F/F Cabin Kit
all formers complete :)
Found online 10/04/2011 at:
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User commentsMy 150% Spearhead Jr [see more pics 003] from your site, thank you for fantastic inspiration for the lesser modelled subjects that I thrive on, Regards,
BoycottBeale - 03/03/2014
Spearhead JR. with O&R .23 on ignition [see main model pic].. Silk and tissue.. our own wheels to.. My fav..
AlRobinson - 28/08/2014
Steve - See attached photos of my Spearhead Junior [more pics 004-006], 44" plan was reduced down to about 16" span, built for indoor flying with the brick and motor form a PZ Sukoi to provide power and control. Plane was covered in Esaki tissue. Flies great, nice and slow. Really appreciate the time and effort you have put into keeping these plans alive for everyone. Thanks.
SteveRoot - 26/06/2016
Howdy Steve and Mary, Hope this finds you well. We are hanging in there in N. Ms. For some stupid reason I never posted our little Spearhead Jr [pic 008]. Authentic w/ an O&R .23 on ignition, she flies a peach!! This one is special in that it actually has a few ribs from a kit produced just before WW-2
Take care, Al and Danny Lee the greyhound.
Al Robinson - 11/10/2020
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