Satellite 09 (oz6919)


Satellite 09 (oz6919) by Shigemi Morimoto from Hobbylandia - plan thumbnail

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Satellite 09. Control line model.

Quote: "Hi Steve, Im sending you this time the plan of a small and very lively stunt trainer model, the "Satelite" 09 from Hobbylandia, a late model hobby company from Rio de Janeiro. This is a full bodied small stunter model for engines in the 09 to 15 small case engine range. It was designed by the late mr Shigemi Morimoto, head and founder of Hobbylandia. It has a 68 cm wingspan, and in my opinion a very neat work. Since the model at the time didn't had a true plan, an outstanding one was made by our friend Eng Sergio A Daeuble using parts from a unbuilt kit. Please find pics of Satellites below. The white fused one it's mine and the orange fused to own's Sergio. Regards, Carlo"

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Satellite 09 (oz6919) by Shigemi Morimoto from Hobbylandia - model pic

  • (oz6919)
    Satellite 09
    by Shigemi Morimoto
    from Hobbylandia
    27in span
    IC C/L Kit
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 29/07/2015
    Filesize: 124KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: Carlo

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