Leisure Playboy - Radio control electric version of the classic Playboy Senior design. Wingspan 67-1/2in, wing area 582 sq in. For Astro 05 power. Plan also shows alternative outline for the Playboy Cabin design.
Quote: "The Leisure Playboy is a scaled down version of the famous PLAYBOY Senior modified especially for 05 electric power. The Leisure Playboy's polyhedral wing and large lifting tail provide inherent stability for 'hands-off' flight.
We designed the installation of electric power and radio gear to be easy to build. Any novice to electric power can build the Playboy, any novice R/C pilot can fly it.
A geared (2.5:1) Leisure 05 stock motor provides a solid 5 minutes of climb power turning a REV-UP 10x6 prop. By using simple on-off switching the Playbot's good thermalling capability will provide you with flights of up to 15 minutes!"
Quote: "Leisure Electronics 67-1/2in span Playboy Senior (scaled from the original 1940-41 80in span model) Designed by Bob Sliff. Drawn by Bob Sliff. Approved by Roland Boucher 1981"
Update 18/04/2017: added kit instructions, thanks to RFJ.
Update 19/04/2017: Added rib templates, CAD-redrawn, thanks to n0bbyUK who very kindly drew them up from scratch.
Update 24/04/2018: added kit review from Flying Models, August 1990, thanks to RFJ.
Update 07/06/2018: added additional kit review, from AMI, April 2005, thanks to RFJ.
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