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Skyrocket. Rubber sport model.
Quote: "Hi Steve, this is a full size scan of the 1947 Comet SKYROCKET 30in rubber model plan and parts sheets. It's an excellent design and flies well. Best Regards,"
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User commentsHello Steve, I want to thank JeffMac for posting this plan and you for putting it up!!! I purchased this kit around 1950 - 52 and never built it. Truthfully, its kind of ugly and I recall that put me off building when I was a kid of 10 or 12. The kit never got built and it sat in various places around my workbench for years. I remember pulling it out some years later before it finally disappeared and saw the plan paper had begun to crumble. Comet used the cheapest newsprint paper available and that stuff doesn't hold up. Anyway, that kit is the one missing kit from my "gotta have" list of plans that I had kits of when I was growing up. I thought I would never see see it again as the kit was obviously not a popular one and Comet only offered it for a very few years, then dropped it from the line. After all this time any plan of it would have surely turned to dust -literally. But here it is!!! My Comet plan collection is COMPLETE! :) Rufus
Planeman - 17/07/2015
The Comet Skyrocket recently won a contest in the UK (June, 2019) so is obviously a very competitive design. But Oh, that wing mount! A simple wire saddle supporting a 1/32in ply platform for the trailing edge is all you need. Ideal set-up for tip-up wing DT, too.
Peter Michel - 16/06/2019
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