Hawker Tempest MkI - Radio control model for electric power. This is a modern-day plan, but the subject is an interesting vintage aircraft.
Quote: - "Steve, When I started the build for the 1944 Fighter Glider last year, some of the guys on the RC Groups forum indicated that the inspiration for that aircraft was a Hawker Tempest Mk-1, designed by Sidney Camm. Only one was ever built. Indeed, the pictures on the Tempest website and on Wiki bear more than casual resemblance. That being said, I've picked the F/G's 'mother' (the Hawker Tempest Mk-1) for this years build contest (BBCC 3), and I've already started the build log at http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthre... To my knowledge the aircraft has never been kitted, though there is a conversion kit for a 1/48th scale static model. My goal was to pay tribute to the Mk-1 and still retain some of the charm and flight characteristics of the F/G. Here are the drawings if you'd like to post them, pdf's and the source drawing..."
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Update 13/10/2013: Replaced this plan with a revised version, thanks to Old_Pilot.
Quote: - "Steve, I've revised the plans to include more detail and plotted them on A1 sheets, with the exception of the printwood. Formers are easier to cut, and I solved the wing shoulder to fuselage mounting."
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