Church Mid-Wing Model JC-2


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Church Mid-Wing Model JC-2  
by Willard Kehr
from American Aircraft Modeler
54in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C Racer
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 26/11/2013 at:
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About this Plan

Church Midwing JC2 - Free flight scale model homebuilt racer.

Quote: - "Nats-winning free-fl;ight scale model is copy of author's own restored full-size airplane. Steady flying model on an .09 engine... The original Church was built in 1928 and 1929, by Jim Church of Chocago. He used Heath Parasol parts, ie the wings, body and tail. His plane was powered by the famous Henderson motorcycle engine ...with all the information that was available and the real plane handy to measure, the Church made a very exciting scale subject. Some difficulty was experienced in scaling and fabricating the landing gear because I wanted realism in the shock system..."

Quote: - "Church Midwing. Un elegante homebuilt americano del 1928 dalle ottime caratteristiche di volo. Ap. alare 137 cm, lunghezza 88 cm, motore 1,5 - 2 cc o elettrico equivalente."

Update 03/01/2016: added article from American Aircraft Modeler Annual 1968, thanks to theshadow.

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