Pay Dirt (oz5305)


Pay Dirt (oz5305) by Bill Effinger from Berkeley 1959 - plan thumbnail

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Berkeley Pay Dirt. PAA-Load sport free flight model. Note this plan shows two sizes of wing, a PAA load flying wing at 48in and a contest free flight wing at 36in span.

Quote: "Hi Steve, Attached is a scan of the Berkeley PAAdirt, which is on your wanted list. I really enjoy your site and check the new plans every couple of days. I forget about the wanted list and check it infrequently (perhaps including new 'wanteds' on the main page might help get them submitted?)... Regards,"

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Update 06/02/2014: Added raw printwood scan.

Update 08/02/2014: Doh. Complete now. Previous zipfile only contained 2 scans. Replaced with larger zipfile containing full 6 raw scans of printwood for this one.

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Added printwood scan for this one, thanks to RichardSutherland - this is a raw scan in need of a good clean up and/or tracing. Any volunteers?


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Pay Dirt (oz5305) by Bill Effinger from Berkeley 1959 - model pic

  • (oz5305)
    Pay Dirt
    by Bill Effinger
    from Berkeley
    48in span
    IC F/F Kit
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 03/02/2014
    Filesize: 1332KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: RichardSutherland

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