Stardust (oz2262)


Stardust (oz2262) from Frog 1949 - plan thumbnail

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Frog Stardust. FF rubber model. 37in span medium weight contest duration model. Total weight 6oz, wing area 175sqin.

Quote: -"New! The Stardust contest rubber model. Another brand new model for the 1949 season. A 37in span rubber powered duration model deisgned on modern lines for the ultimate in performance. The FROG kit is, of course, complete in every detail and amazing value at the low price of 10/6. Look for the Stardust in your model shop - it's a model you must not miss!"

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Stardust (oz2262) from Frog 1949 - model pic

  • (oz2262)
    from Frog
    37in span
    Rubber F/F Parasol
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 17/01/2012
    Filesize: 899KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Mike Stuart

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Found this excellent pic of a completed Stardust model, from a full page Frog ad on the inside back cover of the Model Aeronautics planbook, 1949.
SteveWMD - 31/07/2015
Hi You are doing a great job keeping all these old plans available. I had an already built Frog Stardust given to me around 1955. It flew very well but needed lots of rubber to turn that big prop. More than I could afford at the time. A bit on the heavy side but was a good sports type rubber model.
RogerBowyer-Lowe - 08/10/2015
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