Rambler Too


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Rambler Too  
by Gilbert Shurman
68in span
Tags: IC F/F
all formers complete :)

This plan was found online 01/04/2011 at: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1265873
Outerzone planID: oz71 | Filesize: 93KB | Format: • PDFvector | Credit*: Richard C Bradford


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Modern redrawn plan. Re-engineered for 3 channel RC assist by Richard Bradford.


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Thanks to Pablo Cipponeri for this photo of his electric version of the Rambler Too, with 78 inch wingspan [more pics 003].
Mary - 16/08/2016
I was looking for a plan of the Rambler gas model from Flying Aces, Sept. 1939 and came across this "modern redrawn plan," which takes a lot of liberties with a much thicker stab airfoil and modifications for radio control. If somebody has a copy of the magazine, it would be great to have a plan of the original model. It's very popular in North America because it was actually designed and built in 1938 and thus falls into the Antique class for SAM free flight. Please keep up the good work!
SimonBlake - 27/06/2017
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