Miss Worlds Fair (oz617)
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Miss Worlds Fair. Rubber cabin sport model from Scientific.
Quote: "Just as the New York World's Fair is a monument to the progress of mankind, Scientific's Miss World's Fair is a monument to the progress of Model Aviation. This new kit was made possible by the knowledge gained, over a score of years, through the experiences of thousands of model builders from all over the world. Scientific takes pride in presenting this new low-priced model of tomorrow to you the model builders of today.
The Miss World's Fair is the type of all-around airplane that both beginners and experts like to build. Its simple framework is easily constructed and covered and the completed model is capable of many fine and consistent flights. Wingspan 30 inches, length 20 inches. The kit is 100% complete, including many finished parts and full-size plans, etc. Go to your dealer and look at this great kit today.
While you are at your local Scientific Airport, also ask to see the large Miss World's Fair which has a wingspan of 50 in and 35-1/2 in length. This giant of the air will amaze you with its completeness and you will be further astonished when you find that is easily flies one mile.."
Ad is from MAN Oct 1939.
Update 10/04/2019: Replaced this plan with a clearer copy (includes printwood scan) thanks to pd1's posting at https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1654...
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