DeHavilland 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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User commentsYou 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
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