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Keil Kraft Eaglet. Rubber powered cabin model from Keil Kraft. This plan includes all scanned printwood and the original instructions sheet.
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from Keil Kraft
Rubber F/F Cabin
all formers complete :)
Found online 25/06/2011 at:
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User commentsI think the photo is actually the twice size IC power version.
brokenenglish - 29/06/2012
Yes, I think you're right. Does anyone out there have a good clear picture of the KK Eaglet to send in?
SteveWMD - 29/06/2012
The photo shows a power model with some resemblance to Eaglet but surely a different model from rubber model in the plan.
Nameless - 08/07/2012
Yes. Sigh. Like I said before. I think you're right. Does anyone out there have a good clear picture of the KK Eaglet to send in?
SteveWMD - 08/07/2012
Ok. Finally found a blurry pic of the correct model. Changed the pic now.
SteveWMD - 23/08/2012
Have replaced the blurry model pic with a couple of fine photos [model photo & more pics 003, 004] of his completed KK Eaglet model by Roy Garner of Coventry & District MAC, who says: "Steve, Yes I have a KK Eaglet made from the original kit, though I have made a conversion to electric and micro 3 channel RC. I fly it regularly when it is calm." Thanks.
SteveWMD - 27/03/2013
Hi - I would be very glad to share a photo of my Keil Kraft Eeaglet prepared for a local contest in Tehran, Iran [more pics 005-007]. Regards
EhsanMorshedi - 26/04/2016
Thanks Ehsan. Let us know how you get on in the contest.
Mary - 26/04/2016
Sir you have on your system my original pictures of my 3 channel electric KK Eaglet built from the original kit, please find the attached photograph of myself holding my first rubber powered 'Eaglet' made by my father in circa 1953 [pic 008]. Regards,
Roy Garner - 02/03/2020
Added lovely photo of the finished model, thanks to jl [more pics 009].
Mary - 31/05/2020
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