Jr Skylark (oz5685)
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Junior Skylark. Radio control sport model, can be built as a single or a twin.
Original version of this plan. We also have a modern redrawn version in PDFvector format, see Jr Skylark (oz2190).
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User commentsHello Steve, Some more images of the Jnr Skylark, Carl Goldberg design [see more pics 004-008]. I simply LOVE Outerzone - thanks for what you are doing. The Model was built by Ian Laing (now residing in the UK) and then covered & flown by myself at the ARCF field in South Africa. Pictured is a much younger Edith in 1969 with Ian's 1st Jnr Skylark & his OS Pixie, and a similar photo circa 2014 with Edith holding the new Jnr Skylark flown with Spektrum radio gear. Ian & Edith is also pictured together. What a plane.
BernardOdendaal - 11/03/2016
Jr. Skylark built from original kit in 1970 by Roger Heath, originally powered by a Cox TD .09 and two channel Rand actuator. Recently rebuilt with with a 2212 Outrunner motor, Castle receiver, and added ailerons [more pics 009, 010].
MikeHeath - 12/05/2016
Hi Steve/Mary. Was home again on R and R this past weekend so was able to get some flying and photographs done. Please find attached bare bones of Carl Goldberg's Junior Skylark [more pics 011-014]. The plan was taken from Outerzone with thanks, and the most difficult part of this build was finding a canopy. Can see I will have to mold my own in future.
AndyCoutts - 10/11/2016
Hi Steve and Mary, please find this photo [more pics 015] of myself with my Goldberg Junior Skylark with an Ace Pulse Commander RC system and a Cox Golden Bee .049. Date? 1968. More than 50 years ago. You can add this photo on the plan page of this model. Hope it is good enough since it was scanned from a half frame Ektachrome slide and increased to 600 dpi... Thanks and best wishes,
Edubarca - 17/10/2019
I saw this in the new comments column and had to peek. This is terrific, the same design being repeated on and on in a variety of places and times. Even Mr "Thousand Planes" Coutts had to chip in too! Different faces at different times, yet the smile is the same in all photos. Bless you all, and bless OZ for their part in spreading the good word in this particular corner of happiness!
Miguel - 18/10/2019
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