Bugaboo Mk6 (oz7267)

 

Bugaboo Mk6 (oz7267) by Joost Bakker 2002 - plan thumbnail

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Bugaboo Mk6 (Cabin Bugaboo). Free flight power model. Fun free flight sports model designed by Joost J Bakker, Summer 2002. Redrawn 2015.

Quote:- "Hi mary /steve, here is free flight power Bugaboo Mk-6 'cabin bugaboo' wingspan 39 inch, engine 0,75 to 1 cc diesel. Designed in 2002 by Joost J. Bakker. Can be scaled up or down with out much change to construction. Have flown a 60 inch version with 2,5 cc diesel. I did a photo series on its construction can be found here :
https://www.flickr.com/photos/127362729@N08/albums/72157660977009122 "

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Bugaboo Mk6 (oz7267) by Joost Bakker 2002 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz7267)
    Bugaboo Mk6
    by Joost Bakker
    2002 
    39in span
    IC F/F Cabin
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 02/12/2015
    Filesize: 307KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: anon

Bugaboo Mk6 (oz7267) by Joost Bakker 2002 - pic 003.jpg
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Bugaboo Mk6 (oz7267) by Joost Bakker 2002 - pic 004.jpg
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Hi Mary / Steve. A photo of the finished Bugaboo Mk-6 for use on the plan page [model photo & more pics 003, 004]. It was intended as free flight but I finished it r.c. electric.
Anon - 25/06/2016
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