Condor (oz6675)


Condor (oz6675) by Sergio Ambogi, Sergio A Daeuble 1966 - plan thumbnail

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Condor. Control line stunt model. This is a modern re-drawn program in PDFvector format.

Quote: "Dear Steve, hope that you are going very fine! Well, I'm sending you the plans of a Brazillian classic from 60/70s. It's the 'Condor', designed by Sergio Ambogi and kitted by the late Brazilian company, MOBRAL (Modeslismo do Brasil). This ship was a great winner at the time: Brazilian F2B Champion in 1966, 1967 and 1968; South American F2B champ in 1968. This plans was traced in CAD by the Eng Sergio Alberto Daeuble from vintage drawings, a semi plan from the model and with the great support of classic planes fans, who provide the original wings ribs tracing among other stuff. Wingspan from the model is 1,37 m and target weight of 1.100 Kg. The pictures of the model [model photo & more pics 003-005] were made by our late flying friend Luis Bello, that built at the time these gorgeous Condors. All the best,"

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Condor (oz6675) by Sergio Ambogi, Sergio A Daeuble 1966 - model pic

  • (oz6675)
    by Sergio Ambogi, Sergio A Daeuble
    from MOBRAL
    54in span
    IC C/L Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 26/05/2015
    Filesize: 406KB
    Format: • PDFvector
    Credit*: CarloAM
    Downloads: 3126

Condor (oz6675) by Sergio Ambogi, Sergio A Daeuble 1966 - pic 003.jpg
Condor (oz6675) by Sergio Ambogi, Sergio A Daeuble 1966 - pic 004.jpg
Condor (oz6675) by Sergio Ambogi, Sergio A Daeuble 1966 - pic 005.jpg
Condor (oz6675) by Sergio Ambogi, Sergio A Daeuble 1966 - pic 006.jpg
Condor (oz6675) by Sergio Ambogi, Sergio A Daeuble 1966 - pic 007.jpg

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User comments

It appears to me that a lot of the design work was "borrowed" from the George Aldrich "Nobler" from about 14 yrs earlier.
dyank4447 - 07/06/2015
I'm sending an extra pic of the Condor stunt plane by Sergio Ambrogi, ID oz6675 [more pics 006]. This picture was published in the '60s in a local hobby magazine.
CarloAM - 02/03/2018
Dear Steve and Mary, my best wishes for the couple and my best desires of much health. Please find attached a picture from Sergio Daeuble proudly holding his 'Condor' that flew beautifully recently [pic 007]. This is the first model built using the same plans set the we have in Outerzone that was vectorized by Daeuble himself. The performance in flight was great and very sweet according to him. The engine used is an Fox 36 Schnuerle, a very nice and powerful powerplant. I'm searching for some more infos and pictures about the original Condor and its history and his winner career in the hands of our former CL Champion Sergio Ambrogi, as soon I get them I will share with the group.
Thanks for your effort in making this fantastic website,
CarloAM - 17/08/2020
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