Senior Dart (oz474)

 

Senior Dart (oz474) from Comet 1937 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Comet Senior Dart. A 24 inch low-wing sport rubber model, kit from Comet.

Quote: "Price 50c. Swell new model designed to FLY! Adjustable wings, auto-line up construction, cement and banana oil, balsa wheels, pitot tube, pilot, many other details! Boy what a value - and what a thrill to fly!" "

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Senior Dart (oz474) from Comet 1937 - model pic

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User comments

Nice photos of the Senior Dart, sent in by Jurg Muller, Switzerland [see more pics 003, 004].
Mary - 11/01/2016
Some more pictures of the Senior Dart, Steve [more pics 005-007]. This one is electric and scaled up to 60 inches. It will be used in a Rubber Texaco competition class we have here in New Zealand. Weighs just 22 ozs so has an amazingly low 6 oz/ ft sq wing loading. Will send some flying pictures when that time comes.
AllanKnox - 25/10/2017
The above pics are gorgeous! You folks do excellent work!
Dave Lentz - 20/06/2021
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