About this Plan
Minx. Free flight rubber duration model.
Note planfile includes 2 more pages, showing redrawn printwood ribs and parts.
Quote: "This model incorporates very simple constructional methods, as most of the parts can be built directly over the plan. This kit follows the usual Frog practivce of supplying most of the parts cut to shape and numbered to correspond with the drawing, leaving very little shaping to be done. The pre-cut parts can be eased out of the panels with a balsa-knife, or a razor-blade broken in two to obtain a point. Pin the drawing to a flat board to work on, and cover it with a sheet of greaseproof paper..."
Update 29/10/2017: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, thanks to Pilgrim.
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User commentsSome more pictures, now from the Frog Minx [model photo & more pics 003].
Jef - 22/04/2016
I attach 3 photos of a Frog Minx, newly built from a plan downloaded from Outerzone which you may like to use [more pics 005-007].
Michael_Gayfer - 17/04/2019
Good afternoon Mary. Seasons greetings. I hope you are both doing ok. A couple of pictures attached of the Frog Minx from your plan oz 2400 [pics 008, 009]. Only alterations are detachable landing gear and additional bracing struts for windscreen. Stay safe. Very best regards,
Trevor Tabor - 02/01/2021
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