Civy Boy 64 (oz5512)
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Civy Boy 64. Free flight pylon model. This plan is is a Spanish language version by Telmac. A reprint from MAN, it seems.
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Civy Boy 64
by Paul Gilliam
IC F/F Pylon Kit
all formers complete :)
Found online 21/04/2014 at:
Format: • PDFbitmap
Credit*: tri-pacer, rogerc
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User commentsI think the picture is not the same as the plan. Note the missing bottom part of the vertical stabilizer on the plan, also the 4 sided fuselage on the picture.
anon - 08/01/2015
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