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Ebenezer. Simple profile all-sheet sports FF model. For small engines. Plan shows 2 versions, with alternative tail surfaces and landing gear. April 1958 Aeromodeller.
Quote: "EBENEZER an all-sheet balsa quickie for free flight with small engines by B.C. Striegler.
WITH THE WORST of the northern hemisphere winter behind us (we hope!) now is the time to start thinking of a new sport job to fill in time on the flying field. What better than this pee-wee solid sheet number that can be knocked out overnight from a few sheets of standard 3in wide balsa sheet?
Bert Striegler's prototypes seen above have a flight log which takes them back over three years of constant activity, amassing no less than 400 flights in the case of the 'German' version with the Fokker type tail. With tricycle or standard undercarriage, radial or beam mounted engine, this little 20in span bipe will surprise you for its performance in spite of the flat plate aerofoil.
Plans below are one-third full-size, simply multiply the various measured dimensions three times and mark out directly on to balsa, using the actual measurements quoted as a guide. There's no need to be fussy over being exact in shape, just as long as you get those wing and tail angles right..."
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by Bert Striegler
IC F/F Biplane
all formers complete :)
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User commentsHere is a picture of my Ebenezer [model photo]. Cox Pee Wee .020 for power.
WalterK - 22/01/2018
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