Monocoupe 110 (oz4728)
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Monocoupe 110 Special. Scale rubber model.
Quote: "Here is the Monocoupe 110 Special from Greg Thomas. I got it from the SFA Forum some time back."
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User commentsOk, I checked with Greg Thomas, and he kindly said he is happy to have this plan listed here as a free download. But note: He says quote: "...having said that, the Monocoupe 110 plan in it's finished form is not available to the public free of charge, nor can it be copied and given away. The pre-issue of the Monocoupe 110 plan as shown on the Outerzone is good for 'Free' distribution by any means. Matter of fact, that drawing no longer exists anywhere in my archives, so I'm happy to see it published. Thanks for the great service you provide to the modeling public!" ...so if you want the best, final version of this plan I recommend you have a look at the version sold by Greg at http://www.thomasdesigns.net/MonoPlan.html
SteveWMD - 14/08/2013
Thanks to DavidD, who pointed out the above link to Thomas Designs site is now dead. I'm going to leave that link up, since it's still handy to use through the wayback machine, see https://web.archive.org/web/201... as a reference. Looks like the site has been down since 2015. What we are doing here is archiving info. Link rot sadly happens, as small (and large) sites die. But we won't be deleting the old links.
SteveWMD - 23/07/2021
It seems Mr. Thomas did leave a number of cousins in the design business, although not in the modelling branch. If worst came to worst, then may God have his soul. However, I found that https://hummingbirdmodelproducts.com/ have a smashing catalog full of delightful products (see their tissue papers!) including some items from Thomas Designs. They even have a few freebies, including a Piper Vagabond graced with a photo of an Ancient Old One, go find the Easter Egg!
I don't have any affiliation with Mr. Hummingbird but I wouldn't mind to :-)
Miguel - 23/07/2021
No need to speak of him in the past tense. He is alive and well and posting spectacular model builds in some of the FB aeromodelling groups.
As far as this Monocoupe, Greg had a very comprehensive build thread on the old Small Flying Arts forum, but everything seems to have gotten "Nuked."
Dave D - 23/07/2021
"The report of my death was an exaggeration." :-)
Miguel - 23/07/2021
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