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Berkeley Chieftain. A 26in span low-wing sport rubber model from 1941.
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Rubber F/F LowWing
all formers complete :)
Found online 15/04/2011 at:
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User commentsHere is my version, not sure what it was supposed to look like [more pics 003].
DD - 27/09/2018
Here's a photo of our just completed project [more pics 004]. Enjoy.
Randy&LindaWrisley - 23/12/2018
Found a couple of glitches in this plan. The slot of the stab is too short by 5/16", the formers T7 and T8 are both marked T1, The wing cutouts in F1 are too small for the ribs.
dan snow - 24/02/2019
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