Classic (oz3316)


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About this Plan

Veron Combi-Kit Classic Glider. Free flight glider model.

Quote: "For this model you need two sheets of parts, and you have to admire the way they have been adapted for this design and sometimes used for purposes other than intended (for example, using wing ribs as wingtips). By all accounts it makes a good calm weather flyer - the wing looks a little weak to be towing it up in a stiff breeze though."

Update 04/07/2013: Added scan of original kit printwood, thanks to vintage1.

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User comments

Hey Steve, I built this model this summer after downloading the plans from Outerzone [see more pics 004]. The Classic flies moderately well, and I am in the process of adjusting the CG for maximum performance. I built the model as per the plans; however, I built it with a reinforced two-piece wing, and modified it for micro RC equipment. Being short on covering materials, my model is covered with yellow Monokote, and white Silkspan. When finished, I achieved approximately a 6.5:1 glide ratio. I love your site. Keep up the good work,
DavidSommerfeld - 08/07/2013
In the past year I have scratch built many models from plans on your website. See Veron Classic photos attached [more pics 005-007].
AndyCoutts - 18/05/2016
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