Flying Phantom Junior (oz6294)


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Flying Phantom Junior. Free flight gas model.

Quote: "Manufactured by American Balsa Wood Products for Bill Atwood. Approved. Designed by Jim Bennett. Wing span 44in, area 269.5 sq in, weight 22 oz. This model meets all NAA requirements."

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Flying Phantom Junior (oz6294) by Jim Bennett - model pic

  • (oz6294)
    Flying Phantom Junior
    by Jim Bennett
    from American Balsa Wood Products
    44in span
    IC F/F Cabin Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 20/01/2015
    Filesize: 2137KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JJ
    Downloads: 1630

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Hi Steve, Thanks for posting the plans to the Flying Phantom Junior on OZ. This was my Father's first gas model back in the 1930's, and I still have about 1/2 of that original wing. My late father told me when one purchased a Phantom Jr. engine, these plans came free with it so you had something to build for your new engine. About 15 years ago I built one of these for my dad to fly again, this time it was electric powered r/c, but all orange like his original. He liked it so much he only flew it once and hung it up to display after that. I now have it in my possession. Thanks again,
aeronca52 - 09/02/2015
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