De Havilland Mosquito MK-IV (oz3300)


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DeHavilland Mosquito Mk IV. Twin rubber scale model. Discontinued Guillows kit plan. Twin rubber scale model by Paul K Guillow ca. 1976.

Quote: "25-3/4in wingspan, 18 1/4in long, twin rubber power, .020-.049 IC CL, or static display. All formers, ribs and other wood parts on plans.

Guillow's original kit #804, now long out of production, replaced by the current #804 DC-3. Cardstock control surfaces. The cowls, canopy, wheels and nose were vacuformed plastic; a bit of work to reproduce otherwise and keep the model light, but IMO worth the effort."

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Update 20/09/2012: Replaced this planfile. 2nd page is clearer now, Thanks to dragon56.

Update 21/02/2018: Added decals scan, thanks to jmdauge [see more pics 006]. Also have now unpacked the old zip file and changed download format to the more usual multi-page PDF (5 pages).

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De Havilland Mosquito MK-IV (oz3300) 1976 - model pic

  • (oz3300)
    De Havilland Mosquito MK-IV
    from Guillows (ref:804)
    26in span
    Scale Rubber F/F Multi Military Fighter Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 09/09/2012
    Filesize: 1812KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: jmdauge, dragon56
    Downloads: 12185

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User comments

You can power this model with electric motors? The engine nacelles are already made? you can buy?
Lino - 12/03/2014
Box art for Guillows Mosquito [more pics 008].
EdShearer - 27/04/2018
Hello Steve, Built and flew the Guillow's Mosquito a while back and noticed I didn't submit it [model pic]. Build thread is at RC Groups:
Bill Gaylord - 14/02/2020
Hi. How can I get decals and the plastic parts to this build? Thanks so much.
Dave - 11/01/2022
Guillow offers a replacements part sevice, but this kit is out of production, you can use the decals scan to obtain it by yourself using decal paper and ink printer. For plastic make balsa mould and wrap on it hot plastic sheets, many methods on the net.
pit - 11/01/2022
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