T-6F Texan


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T-6F Texan  
by Al Holmes
from RCMplans (ref:512)
November 1972 
62in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C LowWing Trainer Military
all formers complete :)
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Submitted to Outerzone: 31/10/2013
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About this Plan

North American T-6F Texan - Radio control scale model, for .60 to .90 power.

Quote: - "With a pad, some sharp pencils, a scale and a fifth of Scotch, I soon found the T6 was a fairly good choice as a scale R/C ship. I decided to go 'all out' scale and change nothing... The airfoils, fuselage cross sections, and all dimensions for the Texan are scale. This ship is not for any but the experienced model builder since it is not an easy ship to put together. On the other hand, for me, it was indeed a labor of love, and I think any other scale nut would find many hours of joy at his workbench... "

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Hi sirs. I'm sharing some photos of the FAC 777 (Fuerza Aerea Colombiana) Texan AT-6 [more pics 006-019]. I ordered directly from RCM Plans Service, years ago, the Al Holmes plans of his great T-6F Texan Model. I decided to detail and scratchbuilt the entire front and back cockpit. The landing gears and wheel wells, the motor cowling and propeller are also scratchbuilt and detailed. The model is actually exhibited at the Museo Aereo Fenix, formerly Museo Nacional del Transporte, in Cali, Colombia. Regards from Cali, Colombia.
AndresAcuna - 09/05/2017
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