Lil Esquire (oz621)
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Lil Esquire. RC trainer from Midwest. This is a reduced size version of the Midwest Esquire (oz384) design.
Quote from the box art: - "Midwest presents Lil Esquire Radio Control Model. Prize winning radio control model for both beginners and experts. The ideal model to learn to fly radio. Area 320sqin. Span 40in. Weight 24oz. Engine .049 - .074"
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IC R/C Cabin Trainer
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Found online 20/04/2011 at:
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Credit*: Dave Fritzke & Gene Rock
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User commentsHi Steve, I don't know if you would like to use the attached pic [model photo]. That's me in 1967 holding my dad's Lil Esquire.
ECBoehm - 24/02/2013
Hi Steve, Here are some pictures of my L'il Esquire built from Outerzone plans [more pics 005, 006]. Best Regards
JimHales - 13/05/2016
Here come some images of my Lil Esquire. First #42 from 2000, span 38" OS.10,W 0,8 Kg [more pics 007]. Second #142 from 2013, span 25", indoor made of Depron PEM (11g) W 98g [more pics 008, 009]. Both models were easy to fly and look nice in the air.
OweCarlson_Sweden - 27/03/2018
Hi, I have just finished a Midwest Lil Esquire built from a plan downloaded from your site [more pics 010]. I have also just finished an Esquire and I am working on a Tri Squire.
JimW - 21/01/2019
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