Lil'T (oz4845)


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Lil'T - Slope glider for single channel RC. This is the plan from the long gone early 70s Midwest kit of the Lil'T. Kit no 121.

Quote: "Found these squirreled away... they were part of the 50 or so plans that I rescued from the LHS dumpster last year..."

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Update 20/04/2018: added kit review from Radio Modeller May 1971, thanks to RFJ.

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Lil'T - completed model photo

  • (oz4845)
    by Bob Hahn
    from Midwest
    74in span
    Tags: Glider R/C
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 20/09/2013
    Filesize: 590KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: OldPilot


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Hi Steve, On the Lil'T plan by Bob Hahn, it says formers incomplete. What is missing ? I went through the whole plane and it looks like everything is there to me. I counted all the numbered patterns and looks complete. Thanks,
Dunyet - 11/10/2013
Fair point - the plan does show a parts ID reference sheet, but the parts are not shown full-size, so I guess my thinking was that this is not a complete and full plan in the sense that you could immediately start tracing the formers and then cutting balsa. It will need some work first.
SteveWMD - 11/10/2013
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