Cessna C-34 (oz283)

 

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Cessna C-34. By Paul Lindberg from Popular Aviation.

Quote: "This month's model, the Cessna C-34 cabin plane, like most high-wing monoplanes, is a fine flyer - stable and with good distance getting qualities. In appearance, it is all that the model builder could ask for as it preserves the trim keen outline of the full size ship.

As to the color scheme, I believe that the front cover drawing is the best guide to this part of the construction, for Mr Bollin has been very careful in picturing the exact tints of the original.

To prevent the parts from sticking on the accompanying plans when using them to build your model, place a wax paper over the plans, and thus prtotected, the plans can be used indefinitely. The plans are drawn to the scale of 3/4in = 1 foot.

The fuselage members are made with 1/16 square balsa, and all the parts are held securely in place on the plan by pins..."

Update 3/05/2016: Added article pages, thanks to JJ.

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