Archangel - plan thumbnail image

Archangel - completed model photo more pics (8)

by L Gabriels
from Aeromodeller
February 1950 
72in span
Tags: Glider F/F
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 24/01/2013 at:
Outerzone planID: oz3935 | Filesize: 108KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: brokenspar, GeeW


About this Plan

Archangel - Free flight glider.

Quote: - "This 72 inch glider is from Aeromodeller, February 1950. Good-looking ship, parachute DT."

Supplementary files

Article page, text and pics. Update 25/01/2013: replaced this article file with a clearer copy, thanks to GeeW.


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User comments

Hi Steve/Mary. Some pics of my new electric powered Aeromodeller Archangel glider for the Gallery [more pics 003-006]. Power is by a Hyperion GS 3032-06 outrunner driving a 14 x 8" aeronaut/CAM folding prop with energy from a 3 cell 2300 mAh A123 pack. Initial flights show great promise. I have just returned from the model field having completed a half hour flight with it, it flew very well under some heavy clouds, just need to fettle it a little.
MikeWight - 05/07/2017
Hello Steve, here are some pictures of my beloved 5 years old Archangel [more pics 007-010]. Building this model is a little bit tricky for beginners. I scaled it to 130%. It is a very good thermal Glider and it is a real pleasure to fly it for a newcomer. I started piloting rc-gliders as senior citizen and I am proud of staying in the sky up to 32 minutes.
LazyGlider - 10/07/2017
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