New Baby ROG (oz7258)

 

New Baby ROG (oz7258) by Merrill Hamburg from American Boy 1929 - plan thumbnail

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New Baby R.O.G. Freeflight, tractor monoplane. Span: 12 1/8in. Author: Merrill Hamburg, A.M.L.A. Publisher: The American Boy-Youth's Companion. Manufacturer: A kit was manufactured by George D. Wanner & Company for the A.M.L.A. Year: October, 1929. Plan Size: 11inx 8.5in. Source: The American Boy, October, 1929, pages 12, 32. Scale:1/1.6407, digital file. Notes: Scannedand edited in PC Paint from Frank Zaic, Model Airplanes and The American Boy, pages 62-63. These pages are reduced from the originals. I removed the redundant propeller carving sequence and replaced it with the wire tail surface construction detail, scaled to match the fin in the fuselage side view. I fixed the asymmetrical tailplane drawing. The full size tailplane span is 3.39in and the fin span is 2 5/16in. I added a title block... This is part of a project I have undertaken to report on simple beginner models of the first blossoming of model aviation on my educational website www.endlesslift.com

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New Baby ROG (oz7258) by Merrill Hamburg from American Boy 1929 - model pic

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  • (oz7258)
    New Baby ROG
    by Merrill Hamburg
    from American Boy
    October 1929 
    12in span
    Rubber F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 29/11/2015
    Filesize: 126KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: GaryHinze

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