1939 Korda - Classic rubber competition model, here enlarged and updated for RC and electric power.
Quote:- "I scaled the plans up by a factor of 1.7 which gives a span of about 74in and a wing area of 600 sq in ...mine is very easy to fly, very stable, flying very slow and floats on the wing. It is a delight to take off and let climb in wide spirals, and then shut the power down and watch the floating glide ...it does neat touch and go's and low slow fly by's and will of course thermal. I am seriously thinking about adding spoilers..."
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