Morane Scout (oz4199)

 

Morane Scout (oz4199) by Steve Ward from Flying Models 1952 - plan thumbnail

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Morane Scout. Scale rubber WWI monoplane. Steve Ward's Morane Scout from Flying Models magazine issue 02-52.

Quote: "Ahead of its time in military aviation, the World War I Morane Monoplane makes a fine flying scale rubber model... Here's your WWI ship, and it has a single wing! We're lazy ourselves, and hate to build more than one wing, but the bug for WWI airplanes captured us long ago. After a search through old pictures and articles, the Morane Scout Monoplane was found, and seemed to be the answer to the problem..."

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Morane Scout (oz4199) by Steve Ward from Flying Models 1952 - model pic

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  • (oz4199)
    Morane Scout
    by Steve Ward
    from Flying Models
    February 1952 
    18in span
    Scale Rubber F/F Military
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 06/04/2013
    Filesize: 724KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: theshadow

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  • Morane-Saulnier_N | help
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User comments

In the Morane Scout directions there is a missing page of instructions, I believe pg 32 or 37. Important text regarding final construction.
anon - 07/11/2016
This was a very satisfying build [more pics 005, 006]. I have no complaints. Some text seems to be missing, but you get enough information to get you going.
TonyM - 05/09/2017
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