Quaker Too (oz31)


Quaker Too (oz31) by Richard C Bradford 1937 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

A modern adaptation of the 1937 Quaker. Modified, modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format, and set up for 3 chan RC assist by Richard C Bradford. Suggested power .40 to .60


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Quaker Too (oz31) by Richard C Bradford 1937 - model pic


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User comments

Hi Steve, I just finished building my Quaker Too (plan #31) today and noticed you didn't have any pictures to go with the plan. You are welcome to use these. This is my biggest airplane (not including my sailplanes). I did, however, add a detachable (by four nylon bolts) tail section. This one is powered by a 1972 OS 60 Blackhead. I haven't flown it yet but do know they fly very well. One of our club members has just finished his 28th (yes 28th) Quaker Flash (plan #2982). These are all built to order for our club members and is probably our most prolific model at the club. Motors range from electric to four and two stroke. The attached photos are yours to use as you see fit [more pics 003-005].
HalKarlson - 08/07/2014
Kindly post this photo on your site: it is my 84" Quaker powered by an old OS40FS and covered in Solartex [model photo].
SybrandStrachan - 11/02/2019
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