Cheyenne 15 (oz6927)


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Cheyenne 15. Control line stunt model.

Quote: "Dear Steve, Here we have the Cheyenne 15. A small Mobral's version from the very famous Cheyenne 46/51 stunt planes series, designed by the very well respected world championship top level F2B pilot Bene Rodrigues from Brazil. The wingspan from this model is 96 cm and targeted around engines in the 15 to 25 range. This spetacular CAD plan work was very well made by Mr Beto Glaser from Curitiba, State of Parana here in Brazil. Thanks a lot Beto Glaser ! The plan is very complete and it shows all the parts tracing to made and complete the model with confidence. Together with the plan please find some pictures from a unbuilt kit downloaded from the web. Mobral was a late model hobby company from Sao Paulo that close the doors in the 80s. Steve, many thanks to you by the amazing preservation work you are doing here at Outerzone. Regards, Carlo"

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Cheyenne 15 (oz6927) by Bene Rodrigues - model pic

  • (oz6927)
    Cheyenne 15
    by Bene Rodrigues
    from MOBRAL
    38in span
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 30/07/2015
    Filesize: 76KB
    Format: • PDFvector
    Credit*: Carlo
    Downloads: 1939

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