Wedell Williams Racer (oz364)


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Wedell Williams Racer - Bendix Trophy Racer by George Wanner.

Quote: "We head this time to the December 1980 issue of MODEL BUILDER I have never seen before and is a GEORGE D. WANNER and CO kit plan for the WEDELL-WILLIAMS racer. It seems it was a complete kit including, amongst other things, a machines balsa propeller, several colours of tissue and a packet of brass washers."


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Attached are pictures of a Wedell-Williams racer built from plan oz364 [model photo & more pics 004-007]. I purchased an incomplete kit (missing the plans and some of the printwood) of this model and used the Outerzone plans to build it up. The model uses new wood for the fuselage formers but original kit wood for the flying surfaces, cowl, landing gear and stringers, and is built exactly per the plan except for peg location and noseblock opening. Best flight so far is 66 seconds on two 28" loops 3/16" rubber. One comment on the oz364 plan - it is oversize compared to the original. Printing the plan at 84% of the file's size exactly matches the kit printwood. Thanks for keeping all these plans available!
MikeKelly - 10/10/2018
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