Flite Streak (oz2652)


Flite Streak (oz2652) by George Aldrich 1958 - plan thumbnail

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Top Flite Flite Streak. Control line stunt model. Wingspan 42 in, wing area 390 sq in, for .19 - .35 engines.

Quote: "For combat and stunt training"

This planfile has 3 pages. Sheets 1 and 2 are modern re-drawn and comprise: Assembly instruction sheet, full size plan 2-view and full size parts drawing with a sheet cutting layout and bill of materials.
Sheet 3 is a scan of the original kit plan.

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Update 1/6/2024: Added decal, thanks to dfritzke.

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Flite Streak (oz2652) by George Aldrich 1958 - model pic

  • (oz2652)
    Flite Streak
    by George Aldrich
    from Top Flite (ref:N-2)
    42in span
    IC C/L Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 28/03/2012
    Filesize: 1032KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: bendover, dfritrzke
    Downloads: 7249

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User comments

Box art and transfer sheet for the ARF kit [more pics 003].
EdShearer - 14/12/2017
Here is a photo of the classic Flite Streak built by my friend Pablo Cerezo [more pics 004]. And one of myself (when I was young) also of Flite Streak 1976 OS MAX III 15, Tenerife, Canary Islands [005].
AntonioRodriguezGarrido - 19/01/2018
Outer Zone friends: Sometimes I have some time and I can return to the legacy of my brother Santiago, this time I also had almost finished this Flite Streak that came from a Speedy Pacheco Kit [main pic, 006, 007], which Santiago finished without the last coat of varnish and final finish, which he built with a lot of enthusiasm, since he maintained a good friendship with Sebastián Pacheco Storch, a sprinter and racer who teamed up with Luis Parramón and a friend of both. When I found it almost finished, I decided to finish it after having stayed in the Santiago workshop for more than five years, it is finally finished, finished and tested. Saludos,
AntonioRG - 04/06/2023
Photo of my Flite Streak [pic 008].
fonzwolf - 24/10/2023
I built one in about 1969 and took it with me to collage. Fun, good flyer. Mine would shake the engine loose every flight.
Sfb - 05/03/2024
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