Super Combat Streak (oz4175)
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Super Combat Streak. Control line model for .19 to .35 engines. Top Flite kit no N-5.
Quote: "Greetings – I used your tutorial and turned a fairly poor copy into a decent print. Thanks for the instructions! Very clear and concise. This is the 1960 Super Combat Streak (George Aldrich). No former patterns, but it’s a box fuselage with top and side views. Enjoy!"
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Super Combat Streak
by George Aldrich
from Top Flite
all formers complete :)
Found online 29/03/2013 at:
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User commentsAttached are 2 images of my Combat Streak for your site [model photo & more pics 003]. It has a 1960s vintage OS Max S35 engine and is great fun to fly on 60 ft 15 thous wires. The wheel has been located further forward than the plan shows as it is flown off grass and the forward position saves nosing over events when landing. Cheers from Sydney, Australia.
Steve_Sydney - 30/04/2019
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