Lockheed P-80A Shooting Star (oz3208)


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Lockheed P-80A Shooting Star. Scale model.


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Built a 28.5" span 40mm EDF version of the John Bell P80 Shooting Star [more pics 003, 004]. The plan was enlarged a bit with some changes to the wing construction/mounting and a 1/32" sheeted fuse, while the fuselage was built using the plan formers. Build thread at RC Groups: https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3061879-John-Bell-Lockheed-P-80-EDF40-28-5-span
BillGaylord - 22/05/2018
Hi ! How did you use the 132 sheet to cover the fuselage .It seems it is a very difficult job .I would appreciate it should you share your techniques . With best regards
Eli Rudd - 30/12/2023
I personally use the semitransparent baking paper (to save money), trace on it the quarter zone interested then transfer on balsa and cut it out. Wet the balsa piece if the curve is too tight and mantain in fuse position.
For more read: https://www.flyrc.com/masters-workshop-51-guillows-hellcat-rc-conversion-part-2/
Pit - 31/12/2023
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