Albatros D-XI (oz5515)
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Albatros D-XI - Free flight rubber scale model German WWI fighter.
Quote: "The plans are accurately scaled from the best available data to 1/2 inch to the foot ...the fact that only the tail surfaces and the top and bottom of the fuselage need be tissue covered greatly simplifies construction. Since the wings of the real plane had very thin sections, 1/32 sheet balsa was used for them as was the fuselage sides. The finished weight is little, if any, heavier than for a model of conventional contruction. Only a few evenings are needed from start to finished plane, and the flights are excellent for a model of this small size. So, let's get to work..." Here is Joseph H. Wherry's Albatros D-XI from Model Airplane News magazine issue 09-47.
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