Dennyplane Junior (oz7164)
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Dennyplane Junior. Radio control sport model.
The original Dennyplane (oz7193) design from Denny dates back to 1937. This here is a later kit plan from 4K models in the 1980s.
Quote: "Steve, I found a 4K Dennyplane Jr kit, with plans (and a spun aluminum cowl!) so I thought I'd send them to you; I also scanned the seven-page instruction manual from the kit..."
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Kit instructions, 7 pages, text only.
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User commentsHi, I purchased a copy of plans for the 4K Denny Plane and built mine for 3 channel RC [main pic, 004]. I used a round cowl from Fiberglass Specialty that closely match the original spun aluminum one. The plane was fun build and a good flyer. I enjoy your webpage because it inspires me to continue building. Thank you,
Dan Owen - 24/03/2021
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