Centelha 09 (oz6917)
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Centelha 09. Control line model.
Quote: "Dear Steve, Here is the plan from the Centelha 09 (centelha means 'spark'). This little controline model was a kit made by Hobbylandia model company in the 60s and 70s. This model was designed by the late Mr Shigemi Morimoto, founder and head of the Hobbylandia hobby company in Rio de Janeiro. Wingspan of the model is 67,3 cm and is intended for engine in the 09-10 range as a stunt trainer and sport model. This CAD plan was traced using an rare unbuilt kit as a guide, another amazing work from the Eng Sergio A Daeuble. Regards, Carlo"
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User commentsDear Steve and Mary - hope that you are going strong and very well. Please find attached two pics of the "Centelha" from Hobbylandia plan that we already have in our great Outerzone website [more pics 003, 004]. This very beautiful Centelha had been built by our local forum mate Fabiano Rodrigues from Pocos de Caldas - Minas Gerais. The plane used the excellent CAD plan made by our friend and CAD guru Sergio Daeuble. A very nice and agile small controline aerobatic trainer in a very economical size. All the best,
Carlo - 19/05/2017
Dear Steve and Mary - me again! Two more additional pictures of the "Centelha" [more pics 005, 006]. This plane had a small change in the kit fuselage shape over the time. The older version had a straight back line on the canopy area, and the newer one changed to a bubble canopy style. This is another great project made by the late Mr Shigemi Morimoto from Hobbylandia Hobby Company from Rio de Janeiro. I'm a great fan of his projects. My best wishes. Please keep your fantastic work going on.
CarloAM - 19/05/2017
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