Vespa - plan thumbnail image

Vespa - completed model photo more pics (7)

by Dario Brisighella
from American Aircraft Modeler
64in span
Tags: IC R/C LowWing
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 31/08/2012
Outerzone planID: oz3256 | Filesize: 612KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Edubarca


About this Plan

Vespa - Radio control pattern model.

Quote: "This is the Vespa pattern model designed by the late Dario Brisighella Sr. and published in American Aircraft Modeller in 1967. The photos show my Vespa, built in 2000. It has an ancient Webra .61 Speed engine, Futaba 6AXs RC system, covered with MonoKote and weighing about 5.5 pounds. It is a beautiful flyer. Stable, fast and very acrobatic! At our elevation of 2.650 meters above sea level, it moves really fast. But my old Webra is a powerhouse! The girl is a friend of mine who is learning to fly Her name is Sandra and is very enthusiastic about aeromodelling! Build light and enjoy!"

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Supplementary files

Article pages, text and pics, thanks to RFJ, Circlip.


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User comments

Hi Steve, I found these photos of my Vespa [more pics 004-009]. The old fuzz is me!! Hope you can publish them with the other Vespa photos you show. Best wishes!!
Eduardo - 26/09/2016
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