Playboy (oz6918)


Playboy (oz6918) by Shigemi Morimoto from Hobbylandia - plan thumbnail

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Dear Steve, I'm sending you the plan from a Brazilian classic stunter/trainer model from the 60s and 70s. It's the 'Playboy' from Hobbylandia, a late model company from Rio de Janeiro. This model was designed in the 60s by mr Shigemi Morimoto around .15 to.25 light weight engines and is a very lively performer.
Please find the plan, this one also made in CAD by our friend and excellent designer Sergio a Daeuble using a full plan from the time.
Please also find some pics from the Playboy, the orange wings one belongs now to Sergio's sister, Vanda Girardi, and the white one pictures I had downloaded from mr Roberto Cerequin's blog page, and is a really pretty model. Also I'm sending you an page from an early Hobbylandia catalog there you can find an ad image from the Playboy and also from the "Centelha" 09, plan this that I had also sent you recently. Regards, Carlo


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Playboy (oz6918) by Shigemi Morimoto from Hobbylandia - model pic

  • (oz6918)
    by Shigemi Morimoto
    from Hobbylandia
    32in span
    IC C/L Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 29/07/2015
    Filesize: 273KB
    Format: • PDFvector
    Credit*: Carlo

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