Goblin (oz3861)


Goblin (oz3861) by Phil Smith 1949 - plan thumbnail

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Veron Goblin. Rubber sports model.

Quote: "Veron Goblin. 20in span superlight duration model. For simple and easy construction.

First, study the plan and identify all the parts on the 1/16 printed wood sheet. Familiarize yourself with theses and all other instructios. The tools needed are small pliers, a few pins, either steel-backed razor blade or balsa knife and fine sandpaper.

The fuselage, wings and tail panels are built directly over the plan..."

Includes printwood scan and instruction sheet.

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Goblin (oz3861) by Phil Smith 1949 - model pic

  • (oz3861)
    by Phil Smith
    from Veron
    20in span
    Rubber F/F Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 05/01/2013
    Filesize: 610KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: AndrewDarby
    Downloads: 2399

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User comments

A couple of photos of a recently completed Veron Goblin from your OZ 3861 plan [model photo & more pics 003]. Test glides in the garden look good, waiting for the mutton to be removed from the meadow for test fights.
TrevorT - 25/03/2019
Some photos of my Veron Goblin model [pics 004, 005]. It's covered by colored nylon (selefon) and the date made was 2013.
Pezhman Zare - 08/11/2021
Hello Mary & Steve! It's been a while... I was very fortunate to obtain an original Veron "Goblin" kit recently [pics 006-009], complete with a beautiful pre-shaped balsa propeller! It is a superb flyer, the only trim needed was a bit of right thrust. As a matter of habit, I added a rudder trim tab, but it is not needed, and has since been removed. In the video, you can see that it could use a bit more power, but would hate to catch a thermal with it, else we'd never see it again! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIYtHP29xCU
Chris Moes - 19/06/2023
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