Berkeley Custom Cavalier - 108 in span, 1943 gas RC. Could be built with either single rudder or twin rudders.
Quote: "The Custom Cavalier '108' is the latest design in the famous Cavalier series. It is the proven result of eight years of inprovement on a basic design. This custom-Cavalier 108 was designed primarily for experimental work in remote controlled aircraft. Control surfaces and recommended control mechanisms are shown. However these are optional and should not be used when model is used in free flight.
The model can be easily built by anyone who has had some model building experience and who is able to follow the plans and instructions. The model and plans are not intended for the beginner or the modeller who is interested in putting something together quickly. It is a model that requires a considerable number of hours for construction and when finished will bear evidence of real craftsmanship..."
Update 25/09/2017: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy at 400 dpi, thanks to JJ. Note this version is on 3 sheets.
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