Hawker Super Fury (oz5451)

 

Hawker Super Fury (oz5451) by Paul Lindberg from Popular Aviation 1934 - plan thumbnail

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Hawker Super Fury. Rubber scale model.

Hi Steve, here's Paul Lindberg's Hawker Super Fury from June 1934 Popular Aviation.

Quote: "HERE is a model all you model builders have been waiting for - the Hawker Super-Fury. The Super-Fury is a single-seated pursuit biplane, reputed to be one of the fastest planes in the world. This outstanding model has been designed and test flown by our experimental department, and its performance is amazing. Flights of five hundred feet, or over, are nothing unusual for this model. We are proud to present to the model builder a new and improved type of shock-absorber, which will eliminate any fear of washing out the landing gear. Note how cleverly it is fitted into the fuselage. Again, the control surfaces are adjustable, being fitted with aluminum hinges, an exclusive feature of ours. If you wish a larger model, multiply these measurements by the required ratio of increase. The color scheme can be obtained from the cover of this issue."

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Update 04/04/2014: Resized this plan down to correct scale now, at wingspan 18.5in, thanks to Doug.

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Hawker Super Fury (oz5451) by Paul Lindberg from Popular Aviation 1934 - model pic

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  • (oz5451)
    Hawker Super Fury
    by Paul Lindberg
    from Popular Aviation
    June 1934 
    19in span
    Scale Rubber F/F Biplane Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 30/03/2014
    Filesize: 495KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: AnthonyWorkman

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