Victory Stick (oz4317)


Victory Stick (oz4317) by Louis Bucalo 1943 - plan thumbnail

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Victory Stick. Rubber model.

Quote: "Missed these two the first time through my stack of Airflow newsletters... second plan is the Victory Stick, by Louis Bucalo. 13-3/4 inch span. I don't know where it was originally published but I found it in the June/July 2001 Airflow, edited by John Whittles."


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Victory Stick (oz4317) by Louis Bucalo 1943 - model pic


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User comments

Here are pics of my V- Stick [model photo & more pics 003-006]. Mit freundlichen Gruessen.
AndreasKoch - 23/11/2016
Mary and Steve, Just finished the Victory Stick :) with old school balsa prop. While I wait for the grass to get higher and dryer for trimming, here goes a photo of my build [more pics 006]. Greetings,
AtilanoSuarez - 04/02/2020
Hello, Attached are photos of my Victory Stick oz4317 [pics 007, 008]. Thanks for the great work on your site!
Brooke Linford - 24/11/2021
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