Denight Special - RC pylon racer.
Quote: - "This model is designed to conform to the scale section rules of the National Miniature Pylon Racing Association ...as an added bonus, these ships are excellent Sunday fliers, have enough room for almost any type of R/C gear, and are a radical departure from the tiresome run-of-the-mill design. In brief, they look and fly like their scale counterparts, and are designed for an event that captures all the thrills and excitement of the famous Goodyear event."
Update 18/07/2015: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy, thanks to pd1, JohnAV8R.
Update 10/09/2017: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy (text restored), thanks to davidterrell80.
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