Liberty Sport. Radio control scale biplane model for .45 to .60 engines. Kit # RC-33. Wingspan 57in. Note this plan was previously missing sheet 2, so was incomplete. Fixed now.
Quote: "An exact scale R-C that flies like a sport model. A consistent winner in AMA and Sport Scale competition. 1st place at the 1973 National Multi-Wing Championships.
The Liberty Sport is one of the best looking biplanes ever flown. Orval Lloyd, a long-time model builder, with his brother and friends, designed and built the original aircraft in his garage in Mesa, Arizona. First flight was in 1965 and the beautiful aerobatic craft has since been seen at EAA and other fly-ins and air shows. It was exhibited at the 1968 Olathe Nationnals, where Dick Graham saw it and decided it was a model that had to be built."
Update 16/11/2014: Added supplement file inc (low res) page 2, thanks to JPM.
Update 19/06/2018: Replaced this planfile with a much clearer, complete plan that includes both sheets, (scanned from fullsize) thanks to Maarten.
Update 23/06/2018: added kit instruction manual, thanks to Jeff Green.
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