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Aeroflyte Hustler. Radio control trainer model.
Update 18/09/2015: Added file with scans and tracings of formers, thanks to glockie.
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Formers, thanks to glockie.
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IC R/C Cabin
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Credit*: JEM, glockie
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User commentsHello Steve, Many thanks for this plan from you and also to JEM for providing it. Aeroflyte in Australia gave many a start in R/C model flying and the Hustler was one of their first Models. It was my first model controlled by radio and the first flight was at the hands (thumb) of Frank Hetridge (I hope I got the spelling correct) who was a well known modeler and a President for a time for the MAAQ in Queensland in Australia. To see my model powered by a Gordon Burford Glow Chief 19 go sky wards was like mixed emotions, (a bit like your mother in law going over a cliff on your new Harley Davidson motor bike), I had spent many (home work school) hours building this kit into a shape. Many thanks again Steve and it won't be long before you reach 6000 plans. Kind Regards,
GaryButton - 14/09/2014
The picture is a Mk II version. The plan is an older, MK I version.
anon - 10/10/2017
hi had great times with this airframe thanks so much outerzone, regards
peter - 13/06/2020
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