Champion Gas Model (oz5335)

 

Champion Gas Model (oz5335) by Judson Marsden from Mechanical Hobbies 1937 - plan thumbnail

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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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Champion Gas Model (oz5335) by Judson Marsden from Mechanical Hobbies 1937 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz5335)
    Champion Gas Model
    by Judson Marsden
    from Mechanical Hobbies
    September 1937 
    72in span
    IC F/F Cabin
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 10/02/2014
    Filesize: 1028KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JeffMac

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Judson 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
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