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Senator - 32 in span rubber cabin duration model by Keil Kraft.
Update 15/06/2013: Added printwood scans, thanks to vintage1.
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User commentsHi Steve, here is my Senator [more pics 003] built from your plan after doubling in size and electrifying. It is like flying a tame butterfly.
BTFBeale - 21/12/2012
Hi Mary. This is my KK Senator which I built in 1968 during my last year at the University of Southampton [more pics 004, 005].
ChrisPinn - 29/11/2016
Makes an excellent still air park flyer scaled up 120% [more pics 006-009].
CatBob - 28/01/2019
Hi Steve and Mary; Here is my new model airplane, the SENATOR [more pics 010]. Another nice model by Keilkraft. Thanks for the plan on OUTER ZONE. Later I will send the finished SENATOR photos.
JulienVermeire_Belgium - 15/05/2019
Here is my new SENATOR, equipped with small electric motor [more pics 011]. It's fun to build this KeiKraft aircraft, 170 grams, a really light weight. Waiting for better weather, and then even fly.
JulienVermeire_Belgium - 24/05/2019
Today I test the Senator by Keilkraft. He flies extremely stable. It's nice to see those old models. I now have 10 of these models, and am very satisfied. It is very safe with this low weight, they are also very quiet, and bother no one. Also very few place to safely fly.
JulienVermeire_Belgium - 29/05/2019
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