Radio Queen (oz5471)
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Radio Queen. Radio control model. Famously the first RC model to fly across the English Channnel in September 1954.
Quote: "Radio Queen. Original design by Lt Col LJ Taplin. Structural modifications by Pte Cook. Kit manufactured by Kandoo Products, 89 Spon End, Coventry.
Both old and modern construction is shown on the plan. Much of the lettering has been re-inked, some mistakes corrected and much of the lettering replaced (both by hand and typed). The wing panels have been squared up during the inking. Inking was done on an old plan and you may see a fuzzy line in some places as the new lines did not hide all of the old line. Where possible the original lines and lettering were retained. Jim Johnson (Skystone) 7/25/05."
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User commentsThank you for re inking the Radio Queen plan and making it available for download. I have a problem understanding exactly how to fit the 1/4" x 1" and 1/4" x 1/2" cross braces between the triangular removable front screen sides. Is there any indication anywhere?
JefOtt - 13/11/2015
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