H-Ray (oz658)


H-Ray (oz658) by Lou Andrews from AAmco 1965 - plan thumbnail

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H Ray. 50in RC Trainer cabin model by Lou Andrews, 1965 AAMCO kit. Wing area 425 sq in. Flying weight 2-1/4 to 2-3/4 lbs. For .09 to .15 engines using single channel equipment with escapements, or four to six channel equipment with servoos.

The H-Ray and S-Ray (oz3413) were two similar models sharing the same wing plan.


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H-Ray (oz658) by Lou Andrews from AAmco 1965 - model pic


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Great Plane, I used it as a trainer for myself when I got into the hobby years ago. I was about 13 years old. I'm 50 now :) I have many fond memories of it. Good plans, easy build, and flew well. It glided well too, landings were great and easy for a beginner.
GeorgeMiller - 18/08/2016
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