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Escuela. 2m glider for RC. Note this kit came with pre-formed plastic ribs.
Quote: "With its simple construction and gentle flying characteristics, the ESCUELA is the ideal introduction to radio control construction and flying. The perfect die-cutting with ribs injection moulded in plastic make for easy, rapid assembly without the need for any specialised tools or equipment. Full size construction plan, photo construction sheet and assembly instructions enable the model to be easily and rapidly constructed."
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Page from Modelhob catalogue. Build guide (40 pages, very datailed) - large file.
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User commentsDear Mary and Steve. I'm sending you a step by step building guide for the trainer glider Escuela. This 40 page guide appeared in "Aeromodelismo y radiocontrol. Enciclopedia practica (Aeromodelling and radio control. Practical encyclopaedia)", published by Hobby Press, S.A. in Madrid in 1983. ISBN: 84-86249-01-5. Although the guide is written in Spanish, it has a large amount of pics and sketches that enable anybody to follow it with relative ease. The guide is divided in five parts: 1. The wing, step by step 2. Fuselage, stab and fin 3. Covering with silkspan 4. Finishing and painting 5. Radio installation. I send you too a colour version of the model photo you have with this plan and another picture [model photo & more pics 004].
alcalaino - 09/08/2016
Please find attached an additional photograph [more pics 005] and a brochure of the trainer glider 'Escuela' [more pics 003 and supplementary file], both taken from Modelhob's 1991 catalogue.
alcalaino - 10/11/2016
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