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Cobra. Control line model. Combat and stunt trainer.
Quote from plan legend: "This plan was drawn by Les Organ, Melbourne, September 2000, from templates and information supplied by Sam Alexander of Carlisle, and wing drawing by Robert Walker, together with templates and building instructions from the kit, supplied by Pete Williams of Cardiff. All put together by Alwyn Smith."
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User commentsHi just thought I would let you know after downloading this plan and starting to cut out the parts I think I have found a few mistakes on it, so far they seem to be limited to the wings the rib patterns aren't the same and the wing construction aren't correct if measured there are quite a few discrepencies that make construction most difficult to the untrained eye I hope me pointing this out to you will help others who want to build this aircraft
anon - 01/01/2016
Very nice looking airplane with style & simplicity. Thankful that is does NOT have a RINGMASTER wing. The rectangular wing is very good, a lot simpler to cutout & build time is reduced. When cutting ribs it makes it easier to cut enough for 2-3 wings.
fayther4boys - 02/03/2020
1 more comment about the wing. Cut wing rib sets are offered from BRODAK. They have a lot of rib sets to choose from & price is reasonable.
father4boys - 02/03/2020
Wing rib template lead-out holes are pitched incorrectly to suit 3" bellcrank lead-outs shown on plan. Cheers,
Neil - 14/07/2020
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