All Wing Wonder


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All Wing Wonder  
by Paul Del Gatto
from Air Trails
July 1953 
8in span
Tags: IC C/L Racer
all formers complete :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 25/11/2012
Outerzone planID: oz3718 | Filesize: 670KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Dave Q


About this Plan

All-Wing Wonder - Control line speed model for .049 engine, drawn by Paul Del Gatto, 8in wingspan, from Air Trail Magazine July 1953.

All-Wing Wonder. For the new small speed contests Paul Del(ta) Gatto offers a quickly constructed 'futuristic' craft. Now that the Half A speed event is a recognized one, the classification promises to be a hotbed of activity this season. This delta wing model represents less than twelve construction hours. If the model is built light and care is exercised in the construction and finish, your speed with an Atwood .049 should be in the 85 mph range.
At first glance the model's compact size and unusual wing structure may give the false impression that it is tricky to build. That just isn't so as you will see when you get under way with razor blade and sandpaper."

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