Privateer Super 15 (oz269)


Privateer Super 15 (oz269) by Don McGovern from Berkeley 1960 - plan thumbnail

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Privateer Super 15. Radio control mphibian by Don McGovern, for .09 to .15 engines. Kitted by Berkeley in 1960.

Quote: "The Privateer Super 15 is a long planing hull type amphibian, which is the end product of several years of test flying this type of model. It will take off water or land, and may be flown as a free-flight , or by radio control. As it has been designed principally for flying from water, the structure has purposely been kept light, to aid in breakinmg free from the water, with maximum radio equipment. It can be reinforced if extensive land flying is anticipated..."


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