Marsden 1937 Winner (oz5335)
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Marsden 1937 Winner (AKA Champion Gas Model). Free flight gas model, for Brown Jr power.
Quote: "The winner of the Model Craftsman Trophy, emblematic of the Pacific Coast Gas Model Championship, here gives you the plans for building the plane that keeps him in the prize money..."
Quote: "...here it is scanned directly from my copy of the Sept 1937 the Model Craftsman... The Judson Marsden Championship gas Model. The Brown junior was the engine of choice for this 72in cabin model. It is a real lightweight with a nice airfoil. I consider this model to be among the very best published in Model Craftsman. This model shows up among SAM members from time to time still too.. Best Regards," Contributed by Jeff McCammant Story City Iowa.
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User commentsJudson Marsden was my father, he loved designing model planes and continued to fly them until his death in 2004 … glad to see the plans for the Judson Marsden still getting attention :)
MarleneDeGroodMarsden - 14/09/2014
75in span is shown on plan. In SAM 2004 Gas Book (Gas List up to 1942), the title given to this model is Marsden 1937 Winner.
AaronKV - 29/04/2021
Ok, 75 inch span, also that's a better title than 'Champion Gas Model'. Done.
SteveWMD - 29/04/2021
SAM has this model listed under three titles: “Marsden 1937 Winner”, “Pacific Coast Champion”, and “Champion, Pac. Coast”. AMA has it listed “Pacific Coast Champion”.
AaronKV - 12/05/2021
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