Flying Fool (oz4414)
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Flying Fool. Control line model. 34in stunt control line model, for engines .19 to .35 displacement. Kit S-12.
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Update 16/07/2015: Replaced this plan with a more detailed version which includes hand traced formers, thanks to GeorgeAlbo.
Quote: "Parts drawn by Rebel Flying and Racing 2003." Also, decals.
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Previous scan version. Also, decals file.
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User commentsI am building a old Sterling Flying X Fool kit, but was missing the plans. I got them from your site, but it's only a part template sheet and the wing plans. Do you have the fuselage sections??
GaRy - 16/12/2016
This is all we have. In many cases, kit plans didn't show drawings of the ready-made parts that came in the box. Perhaps that was the case here. Can anyone shed any light on this?
Mary - 16/12/2016
Here are two fotos of the completed kit. One is stock [more pics 003], the other with increased fin and rudder area [more pics 004].
EdShearer - 06/06/2017
I found another photo of the orange one in 1970 when it was nearly new [more pics 005]. Then with a McCoy .35.
EdShearer - 09/06/2017
Added photo of box art, thanks to Ed Shearer [more pics 006].
Mary - 05/09/2017
These are my Sterling Flying Fool pictures [more pics 007-010]. I hope you can use them for your site.
DougB - 13/12/2018
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