KG-3 Cabin Conversion (oz6393)
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KG Cabin Conversion - Drawing showing conversion of the parasol KG-3 (oz6392) model into cabin layout.
The contents page of Nov 1936 MAN credits this plan to Robert Harrison.
Quote: "Jimmie Daxon of 783 West 49th Street, Norfolk, Virginia, sends us picture No 9 in which he gives us evidence that he has used some ingenuity. The picture shows his KG-3 which he had miodified into a cabin job. The ship weighs seven pounds ready to go and has a wing spread of eight feet and a chord of fifteen inches."
hi Steve- I found this in the Nov 1936 model airplane news.... the Kovel-Grant KG cabin conversion... submitted by jeff mccammant story city iowa. thanks steve ! best regards,
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