Pacemaker 40 - California State Champion 1937 - The Pacemaker design was kitted (as a FF model) by Ohlsson Miniatures, around 1940. This is a much later re-designed version for radio control (also with added ailerons) from OK Model / Pilot / Hobby Shack. Modified for R/C by Irwin Ohlsson from the original 1937 design by Ted Woolsey.
Quote: "The Ohlsson Pacemaker 40 was commissioned to be manufactured by OK Model Company, better known as Pilot, exclusively for Hobby Shack. This is a very high quality balsa kit, with all balsa parts hand machined and plywood parts so nicely die cut that they fall out at a touch. The Pacemaker is a fun airplane with nostalgic looks, but still modern enough to be attractive today. Being originally designed as a free flight, and a contest winner at that, it most certainly makes one fine radio control model for the novice and old timer alike! The construction, though not difficult at all, is a bit more unusual than the typical 'box' style trainer, so we don't recommend this for your very first model to build!"
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