Madcap

 

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Madcap  
by Vic Smeed
from Aeromodeller
April 1952 
46in span
Tags: IC F/F Cabin
all formers complete :)
got article :)


This plan was found online 30/09/2012 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=22872939&postcount=10608
Outerzone planID: oz3445 | Filesize: 146KB | Format: • PDFvector • CADfile | Credit*: hogal

   

About this Plan

Madcap - Free flight sports model.

Quote: "Presented in the April 1952 Aeromodeller was the Madcap, a functional plane from the pen of Vic Smeed. It is rugged free flight sports plane for 1cc motors. It would be a good successor for the Tomboy but somehow doesn't seem to have made the grade. The cabin fuselage has some pretty lines, if a bit deep - you could certainly hide some radio gear in there without any problems. It was also presented with a profile pylon fuselage if that rocks your boat, but not for me personally. As with all my drawings please enjoy them and if you build from them measure at least twice before applying the knife." This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.

Supplementary files

Article pages, text and pics. Very detailed build article is 6 pages long inc many photos of construction, and full step by step instructions.

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