Tiger Moth (oz3284)
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Tiger Moth. Scale model biplane trainer. Sterling Kit E13, Tiger Moth.
Quote: "The 33 inch Sterling E14 is very light and intended for rubber with provisions for powered FF or CL with a Cox .020. to increase sales. I think many of this type make better static models."
Quote from advertising blurb: "Unique, because such amazing scale detail is achieved with these kits that are relatively easy to build. They can be built many ways, such as: Rubber Powered (as supplied), Electric Motor, .020, .049 or CO2 Engine Power. For Free Flight, Control Line, R/C (pulse or Single Channel) or Static Scale*. Any version makes a museum-like model. Frame members are accurately Die Cut from the finest quality Balsa Wood, and every part is numbered to insure fast and accurate assembly as clearly shown on the easy step-by-step plan. Highly detailed Plastic Parts simplify assembly adding a touch of realism-in-miniature. Covering material, formed wire parts, Wheels, Decals, Hardware that includes Control Line parts is a partial list of the contents of these fine kits.
* Dry Kit. Rubber power material supplied. Other equipment not included."
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Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Trainer Kit
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Found online 06/09/2012 at:
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Credit*: skyraider, beebanger
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User commentsDear Steve and Mary, thank you for your fine work on this site. This past year I built the Tiger Moth by Sterling which is hosted on your site [more pics 003, 004]. It was adapted slightly to incorporate removable wings as patterned by Richard Beach Adams from RCMplans (2003).
BarryB - 22/05/2017
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