Airacobra P-39 (oz2834)
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Airacobra P-39 by Walt Musciano. From Air Trails for Young Men, June 1954.
28" span .15 to .35 glo powered C/L by Walt Musciano.
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by Walt Musciano
from Air Trails
Scale IC C/L LowWing Military Fighter
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Found online 26/04/2012 at:
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User commentsI am new to building balsa models and I thought I would start with the P-39A. I have a question: How do you mold the canopy for this model?
Lou - 19/03/2018
It's good to hear you want to build the P-39 Airacobra, Lou. I'm afraid we can't help directly answer your question. We just give away the plans! Maybe some of our readers will have some helpful suggestions? You could also post your question on a forum like www.rcgroups.com
Mary - 19/03/2018
To Lou re P39 Airacobra canopy. Check out Hippocket Aeronautics http://www.hippocketaeronautics.com/hpa_forum/index.php. Join the forum (it's free) and search "molding canopies". Lots of good info. I use the soda bottle method. Easy and cheap.
DavidBeazley - 27/03/2018
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