Rubber Powered Pursuit (oz4803)
About this Plan
Rubber Powered Pursuit. Free flight rubber sport model. A 1938 rubber plan. Interesting construction uses a rolled conical paper tube to form the fuselage body and to hold the rubbber motor. Full size plan as originally printed, over 2 pages.
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Update 30/07/2014: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy on a single sheet, thanks to Planeman.
Quote: "Hello again Steve, Here is another old plan from your website that was compressed such that it would be a mess to build from. It's the Rubber Powered Pursuit by Paul Lindberg from Popular Aviation (1938). The plan is buildable now. I may even tackle it for my four year old grandson. Get him started early,"
Supplementary file notes
Original scan of magazine pages, as printed 1938.
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