Blue Pants


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Blue Pants - completed model photo more pics (9)

Blue Pants  
by Henri Stouffs
from Aeromodeller
January 1955 
37in span
Tags: IC C/L LowWing
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 08/10/2012
Outerzone planID: oz3491 | Filesize: 546KB | Format: • PDFvector | Credit*: stormin


About this Plan

Blue Pants - 37in span CL stunter, designed by Henri Stouffs. Winning stunt model at the 1954 World Championships. From Aeromodeller, January 1955. This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.

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Update 28/06/2016: article page, text & pics added, thanks to RFJ.

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User comments

Here is a picture of my Bluepants. A fine flying model powered by an Oliver Tiger. I used it to come 4th in my first vintage competition.
MikeNelson - 10/10/2012
Hi Steve, I thought that I should mention that the tank position shown on the plan works well with an ED Racer but is too low for a front induction engine like the Oliver.
MikeNelson - 10/10/2012
Here's a couple of photos of a Blue Pants I once owned. I didn't build it, but bought it from the model shop in Godalming. I fitted a Spanish ZOM 2.5cc diesel I had as it fitted the bolt spacing in the model and therefore avoided hacking into the front end. It flew OK until I tried the first loop at which point it came in on the lines and that was that.
ChrisPinn - 07/12/2016
Added nice picture of completed model, thanks to Alf Britchford [more pics 005].
Mary - 27/05/2017
Some pictures of the Blue Pants that I built out of "Svenson" nostalgia and in honor of the Belgian Henri Stouff, world champion stunt 1954 [more pics 006-011].
JefLemmens - 10/07/2017
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