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Svenson Twinny. Radio control sport biplane model. Kit # 30465.
Quote: "Hi Steve, I received that plan about 25 years ago, when the stuff box of an unknown club member in our work shop was disbanded. After interrupting the hobby for many years, I started with the Twinny again. It's a very nice flying Biplane with gentle habits. The Twinny is electrified with an AXI 2820/10 which maybe is a little bit over the top, half-throttle is perfect for spacious biplane-cruising. Wing span is 100cm, formers are complete (except the template for the landing gear) ... Regards and thumbs up for that great archive."
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Update 02/05/2018: added kit review from Radio Modeller, June 1992, thanks to RFJ.
Update 14/03/2020: Added kit review from July 1981 RCM, thanks to RFJ.
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User commentsPhoto of the completed Twinny model was found online at http://www.fmc-mm.de/html/body_twinny.html
SteveWMD - 26/12/2013
Hi Steve and Mary. I have for the Outerzone site my red/ white TWINNY by Svenson with 4cc Glow Engine, 1981 and my yellow/red TWINNY with 3.5cc Glow Engine, 2009 [more pics 005, 006].
JulienVermeire - 08/01/2016
Today I share a photo of my son's "Twinny" (OZ 5180), with OS 15 engine [more pics 007].
AntonioRodriguezGarrido - 19/01/2018
This is the Twinny [more pics 008, 009].
Mohamad_M - 10/07/2019
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