Pretty Baby (oz34)
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Pretty Baby. Free flight sport model.
Vic Smeed redesign of his 1946 polyhedral wing model with 48in span. For Mills 1.3 can be converted to electric R/C.
Vic Smeed wrote that the Pretty Baby was a development of his Ethereal Lady design, and also influenced by a Paul Plecan design, called (he thought) the Snuffy. He got the wing layout and and the fuse cross section from there.
Update: Added Vectr PDF crawing thanks to hogal.
This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format, by hogal. Pretty Baby - Free flight power sports model. Vic Smeed redesigned his own original 1946 polyhedral wing model with 48in span. Printed in Aeromodeller Dec 1996.
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by Vic Smeed
IC F/F Cabin
all formers complete :)
Found online 25/03/2011 at:
Format: • PDFbitmap • PDFvector
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User commentsHello Mary & Steve, Hereby I send you some additional photos of my models, which I hope you can use. Pretty Baby with 400 elec. motor [see more pics 003-006]. Best regards
KjellMasch - 21/03/2016
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