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Charger. Radio control sports model. 1959 Nationals winner. This is the Ambroid kit version plan for the Charger, c 1959, developed by Bill Dean. Kit # RC-1. Wingspan 48in; wing area 390 sq ins; for .15 engines. Weight 39oz.
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by Milt Boone
IC R/C Cabin
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Found online 10/05/2012 at:
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User commentsThis was my very first RC model back in the sixties. I used a .19 OS glow engine, MRC three channel radio (no ailerons), doped and painted nylon tissue covering. Flights were done until fuel tank emptied and then dead stick landed because nobody around knew how to do a powered landing. Very good gliding flight characteristic model.
JoseRocha - 10/07/2014
Added Ambroid cartoon [more pics 004], thanks to dfritzke.
Mary - 04/02/2019
My first RC model airplane, no ailerons, no elevator, rudder only control and engine throttle. Very hard to land on the runway with no elevator.
José A L Rocha - 13/10/2019
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