McGoverns Monster (oz6827)
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Custom Privateer (McGovern's Monster). Radio control seaplane model.
Quote: "Please find attached another Uncle Willies masterpiece plan of Don McGovern's Custom Privateer, AKA 'McGovern's Monster'. The plans were first published in June 1954 Air Trails magazine and later kitted by Berkeley Models. I purchased these cleaned up & redrawn plans a few years ago from the now sadly defunct Uncle Willies plan service. Both L-R wing panels, ribs and fuse formers shown as is the complete fuselage. Buy shares in a paper company before printing these off! Thanks for the great website and treasure trove of plans. Regards,"
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