X-Ray (oz3187)


X-Ray (oz3187) by Lou Andrews 1972 - plan thumbnail

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X-Ray. Radio control sports model. OS 40 engine shown.

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X-Ray (oz3187) by Lou Andrews 1972 - model pic

  • (oz3187)
    by Lou Andrews
    from AAmco
    56in span
    IC R/C Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 07/08/2012
    Filesize: 1067KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: pd1
    Downloads: 3126

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Bob Kane has two of these, one in a kit, one he built from a kit. He was a flying buddy of Lou Andrews in Massachusetts and each new model from Aamco Lou released, he'd take on out to the field and show it off. Bob says the X Ray was the last of the planes to be produced, 1972 was the release year. I bought both the kit and finished plane [model photo and more pics 003-005] and find it to be more my speed than the slower, smaller Ray's. The X Ray is fast and light. Thin wing chord makes a nice .40 with a longer fuselage than the QuikRay.
J330 - 21/09/2016
According to his Bio on the AMA website, the X-Ray was his last design to be kitted & was released in 1980, not 1972.
eprc - 28/02/2023
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