Martin (oz4407)

 

Martin (oz4407) by Ron Young from Mercury - plan thumbnail

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Mercury Martin. Towline glider.

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Printwood formers.

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Martin (oz4407) by Ron Young from Mercury - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz4407)
    Martin
    by Ron Young
    from Mercury
    40in span
    Glider F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 19/05/2013
    Filesize: 576KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: vintage1

Martin (oz4407) by Ron Young from Mercury - pic 003.jpg
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Martin (oz4407) by Ron Young from Mercury - pic 004.jpg
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User comments

I would like to build the Mercury Martin and have downloaded the plan, but find that the formers are not included as there appears to be no part 2. Perhaps I have simply failed to find the necessary documentation?
IanV - 07/05/2020
Hi Ian. The printwood formers are in the supplementary file. You'll find it just below the main plan file download button.
Mary - 07/05/2020
I am an Ulsterman living in Canada. I last built Mercury kits when I was a schoolboy and have taken up the hobby once again [more pics 004]. Hope to go flying in the next couple of days.
IanV - 24/07/2020
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