Zilch X-pendable (oz2766)

 

Zilch X-pendable (oz2766) by Bill Effinger from Berkeley 1954 - plan thumbnail

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Zilch X-pendable. Control line model for .19 to .36 engines.

Quote: "The Zilch 'X-Pendable' is an easy-to-build Combat Stunt Controline, designed by Jim Saftig. It is the strongest, fastest and most maneouverable model of this type that we have ever seen.

These full size plans will cover every construction problem which might come to your mind as you progress. The fuselage and wing construction is covered in both plan form and exploded details, as well as the text below. Familiarize yourslef with the plans and materials in the kit before starting construction.

Start construction by removing all the parts from the die cut sheets, and lightly touching up any rough edges with fine sandpaper..."

This is an Uncle Williues plan.

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Zilch X-pendable (oz2766) by Bill Effinger from Berkeley 1954 - model pic

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Box art for Zilch X-pendable [more pics 004].
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