Jr Nobler (oz526)
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Nobler Junior. Control line stunt model kitted by Top Flite. Wingspan 40in; area 276 sqin; for .15 to .25 sized engines.
Quote: "A miniature version of the famous 'Nobler' with absolutely nothing lost in performance."
Update 09/12/2013: Replaced this plan with a clearer scan, thanks to JJ.
Update 12/06/2020: Added scan of printwood parts, thanks to MikeHalbrook. Part 1 shows complete sheets. Part 2 shows the parts separated from the sheets.
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by George Aldrich
from Top Flite
formers incomplete :(
Found online 19/04/2011 at:
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Credit*: Planeman, JJ
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User commentsNo rib or fuselage formers.
anon - 25/02/2017
Hi Mary - An old well used model with a Fox .15 [more pics 003, 004]. Our club contest stunt flier wanted to fly it as he had flown both the full size Nobler from the kit and the Chinese ARF. After doing the pattern, he said "pretty good".
EdShearer - 27/07/2017
Box art for Jr. Nobler [more pics 005].
EdShearer - 27/04/2018
When I was 13 years old I was in a model club called the "Frisco Flying Fools" and we went to W.A.M. control line contests.
After I could fly inverted my Dad gave me a Jr Nobler and a Fox 15. Finally a real flapping stunter, finished in blue and white dope. I flew that plane for 2 years and repaired it more times I can remember.
Orange&White - 17/09/2020
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