Vale Pursuit Trainer


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Vale Pursuit Trainer  
by Paul Lindberg
from Popular Aviation
February 1936 
21in span
Tags: Scale Rubber F/F Parasol Civil
all formers complete :)

This plan was found online 18/04/2011 at:
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About this Plan

Vale Pursuit Trainer - Scale rubber model. By Paul Lindbergh, Popular Aviation Magazine. The Magni Vale PM-3-4 was an Italian civil monoplane, designed and built by Piero Magni-Aviazione in Milan, in 1934. Scale is 1/16.

Note we have no article scan for this, it would be great to see the text and pics that go with this plan, if anyone can help. The model pic shown here is the magazine cover art from Feb 1936 Popular Aviation.

Update 31/03/2017: Replaced this plan with an identical version except that now it has correct spelling of both 'Pursuit' and 'Lindberg' in the bottom RH title block.


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