Le Timide (oz5412)
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Le Timide. Free flight power model.
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Update 25/08/2021: Added alternate vector format plan, thanks to Martin Hurda.
Quote: "Dear Mary, here is a redrawn plan of Le Timide. Thanks, Martin"
Quote: "But what I consider more meritorious than building the model itself is the reconstruction of the plan, its clarity and the addition of missing ribs. This plan should in no way replace the original plan! On the contrary, it is primarily intended to complement it in order to make the construction of this beautiful French model more pleasant. I will send my supplementary drawing to the outerzone website so that it is publicly available."
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User commentsHi Steve, Le Timide is a French word and it means Shy or Bashfully. Greetings from Luxembourg.
Pascal - 19/03/2014
Added some great images of Le Timide, thanks to Petr Flidr [more pics 003-009].
Mary - 28/02/2019
Timide photos [main pic, 010-017]. Thanks Mary. More info about this model is here: http://www.khmm.cz/2021/03/01/le-timide-1949/
Martin Hurda - 25/08/2021
What wizardry is this? How does a stopped model keep her tail off the ground in the absence of visible means of support?
Miguel - 26/08/2021
Looks to me from this frame, it has just landed - not yet stopped.
Eflyer7 - 08/09/2021
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