Lil Satan (oz4183)


Lil Satan (oz4183) by Carl Goldberg from Carl Goldberg Models - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Lil Satan. 1/2A control line combat model.

Quote: "Hi Steve, I cleaned this file up the best I could. It isn't perfect, but good enough from which to build... Text isn't readable but still buildable by even your average modeler. Anyway, this is a hot little .049 powered control line combat model that was very popular back in the 70s".

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Update 24/05/2016: Added parts tracing, thanks to Jim.

Quote: "Hi Steve, Please find attached...these are the tracings I made of my Lil Satan parts almost 30 years ago. I added Scale/Tic marks along the edge of each sheet so users can print/verify that they have full size patterns. Sorry for the scribble notes on the patterns, but they should be enough for the modeler to recreate a reasonable facsimile of this wonderful flying model. Thicknesses/Material were written in as I traced the parts. Have fun. Jim in Mississippi, USA"

Supplementary file notes

Formers file, showing hand traced parts. 2 pages.


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Lil Satan (oz4183) by Carl Goldberg from Carl Goldberg Models - model pic

  • (oz4183)
    Lil Satan
    by Carl Goldberg
    from Carl Goldberg Models
    20in span
    IC C/L
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 01/04/2013
    Filesize: 1255KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: HalKarlson, Jim

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User comments

I built one in the summer of 81 with my step pop. I showed him the miracle of super jet epoxy and monokote. We flew it non stop for weeks best summer ever.
Richard K Loven - 29/06/2020
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