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Voodoo. Control line combat model.
Later kitted by Carl Goldberg.
Quote: "Here's a full-size PDF format plan I've worked up for Riley Wooten's immortal Voodoo control line combat model published in the July 1961 issue of Model Airplane News, and subsequently kitted by Carl Goldberg. The Voodoo was the design that popularized the stabilator type combat model and it was one of the first combat models to fly at 100 mph plus. I built and flew Carl Goldberg Voodoos back in the 1960s. My first Voodoo was powered by a Fox 35 stunt and I made a lot of flights with it in a circle that I was allowed to keep cut low out in the hay field. That Voodoo was really fun to sport fly and it is the model that I really learned to stunt with. So the Voodoo has special nostalgic appeal for me. I used a 36 in wingspan as the metric for scaling the full size plan. A sincere thanks to the anonymous collaborator who provided the high resolution scan of the original magazine plan page that I used to generate this full size plan, as well as scans of the magazine article pages presented here."
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by Riley Wooten
from Model Airplane News
all formers complete :)
Found online 19/11/2012 at:
Format: • PDFbitmap
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User commentsHi Mary - here are two shots for the Voodoo plan [more pics 003, 004].
EdShearer - 31/07/2017
Box art for Riley Wooten's Voodoo by Goldberg [more pics 005].
EdShearer - 27/04/2018
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