Quicky 500


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Quicky 500  
by Glen Spickler
from American Aircraft Modeler
December 1972 
51in span
Tags: IC R/C LowWing
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 17/07/2015
Outerzone planID: oz6868 | Filesize: 302KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: DPlumpe


About this Plan

Quicky 500 - Radio control sport/racer model for .40 power.

Quote: - "Quicky 500. Club pylon racer. One-design pylon racer for beginners at racing or to test only the flying skills of the experts. A fine sport flyer too, builds quick, flies liek a dream..." .

Quote: - "Steve - At the request of an RCGroups member, I just scanned the Quicky 500 plan & article by Glen Spickler in Dec 1972, American Aircraft Modeler. It didn't fit any forum I'm subscribed to, so I'm sending to you directly. Keep up the good work!"

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User comments

Added photo of finished model [more pics 003], thanks to Andy Coutts.
Mary - 10/04/2017
Hello Mary and Steve - here's a few photos of my Quickie 500 [more pics 003-006]. I increased the size of the plan 20%. I have a Webra 61, mounted on the front. I plan on the maiden flight.
Larry - 24/07/2017
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