Viking (oz3275)


Viking (oz3275) by John Watters from Aeromodeller 1984 - plan thumbnail

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Viking. CO2 model.

Quote: "..the free full size plan for yet another 'Mini Vintage' CO2 model. This time the Viking which first took to the air in 1940. John Watters reduced his to 24 3/4 inch wingspan and came up with a great flying model of simple lightweight construction. It would easily convert to electric power."


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Steve, came across the Viking plan I drew up for Aeromodeller, was it really 29 years ago! Well I can report this original model does still exist. It has had a couple of recovers and is now powered by a Brown Co2 motor. It flies regularly at winter indoor meetings and outdoors when weather permits. Its performance has not changed at all and is still a very stable model.
JohnWatters - 12/05/2013
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