Spitfire - Rubber scale model. Flying plane kit no. 2201, designed by Joe Ott. This is a an Ott-O-Formers style plan.
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Update 14/09/2018: Added parts file (inc decals), thanks to MikeKelly.
Quote "Attached find the parts and markings sheets to accompany the Joe Ott 22 in Spitfire, Outerzone plan oz4079. These are scanned from an original kit - your plan is better than anything I can provide, as the plan in my kit has deteriorated and is falling apart. Hope this helps, and thanks for all you do to make these plans available. Mike"
Parts, also includes decals, 2 pages.
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