Eastbourne Monoplane 1913 (oz2854)
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Eastbourne 1913 Monoplane. Free flight rubber scale model.
Quote: "Here's a real vintage aeroplane, and one that despite its obvious suitablility as a model flying machine, seems to have escaped the notice of the scale boys. Way back in 1913 the Eastbourne Aviation Company's Monoplane turned out to be a fine little flyer. It had a 29 ft span, was 21 ft long, and was powered by a 35 hp Anzani three-cyclindeer engine.
Our model of the EAC Monoplane is simple and fun to build from these plans. You will get a great thrill from its realistic flight, recalling for you those early do-or-die days of aviation.
Balance the model carefully, test glide over long grass and then after checking for correct downthrust and adding a wee mite of offset, you'll be ready to go..."
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Eastbourne Monoplane 1913
by Ray Malmstrom
Scale Rubber F/F Civil
all formers complete :)
Found online 30/04/2012 at:
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User commentsDear Steve, Here are some photos of the Eastbourne Monoplane made and flown by my friend Marco Guillermo. Greetings from Mexico.
argat1 - 24/09/2012
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