Toreador (oz4403)

 

Toreador (oz4403) by HJ Nicholls from Mercury - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Mercury Toreador. Control line model for stunt and combat. Span 36in, wing area 324sqin, flying weight 20oz, for engines 2.5-3.5cc.

Quote: "A true flying wing with semi-scale cabin and fuselage, this is a very attractive model of individual design and appearance. For stunt or combat flying. Makes a sound, rugged trainer. For diesels 2.5 - 3.5cc or 19 glow motors. Span 36in. Area 324 sq ins. "

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Toreador (oz4403) by HJ Nicholls from Mercury - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz4403)
    Toreador
    by HJ Nicholls
    from Mercury
    36in span
    IC C/L Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 18/05/2013
    Filesize: 619KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: vintage1

Toreador (oz4403) by HJ Nicholls from Mercury - pic 003.jpg
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Toreador (oz4403) by HJ Nicholls from Mercury - pic 004.jpg
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Toreador (oz4403) by HJ Nicholls from Mercury - pic 005.jpg
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User comments

Hello, Here is a picture of the Mercury Toreador as kitted by Aurora Models of India [pic 005]. Production was under licence from HJ Nicholls. Faded verbiage about licence can just about be made stamped on the box.
Manish Chandrayan - 08/02/2021
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