Cessna C-106 Loadmaster (oz2976)

 

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Cessna C-106 Loadmaster - Twin rubber scale model prototype 1940s military transport, by Dave Stott. The C-106 (or P260) never went into production due to a wartime shortage of material (plywood) so only 2 demonstrator aircraft were built.

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SteveBlanchard mailed in to say: "I was just doing my usual sifting through and downloading when I saw one of Dave's plans loaded, one that I had built. I clicked on it and I saw that the picture is actually of my model. It was built from these plan blown up to 30" and flies with two 6" peck props. I am quite flattered that the picture of my model was used. Thanks"

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