Live Wire Champion Mk III (oz413)
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Live Wire Champion. RC Trainer. Wingspan 55 in, wing area 595 sq in, 3 channel radio. For .15 to .35 engines.
Quote: "The popular 'Champion' is patterned after the Aeronca Champion, ever popular among America's pilots! You get the scale appearance plus the famous Live Wire design features that give fine wind penetration, extreme stability, excessive ruggedness and wonderful maneuverability!"
The Live Wire Champion firts appeared in 1954. This here is the later MKII version of the plan, marked as kit # 146, dated 2/81.
The main difference between the MkII and MkIII versions of the Live Wire Champion seems to be the fuselage width is narrower in the later model, reflecting the smaller sized R/C equipment becoming available.
Update 06/05/2014: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, thanks to JJ.
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User commentsSomething more from the archives: two different models of the Live Wire Champ by Hal de Bolt [more pics 003-005].
AndyCoutts - 18/01/2017
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