Spitfire 24 / Seafire 47 (oz7322)


Spitfire 24 / Seafire 47 (oz7322) by Howard Funnell - plan thumbnail

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Spitfire 24 / Seafire 47. Scale model for radio control.

Quote: "The model is a 1/10 size near-scale replica of the original. It spans 44in and recommended power is a .19 - .25 cu ins engine. The kit contains all the main components necessary to build either the Spitfire Mk 24 or Seafire Mk 47..."

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Kit instructions. 8 pages. Includes more drawings, also wing fairing templates.


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Spitfire 24 / Seafire 47 (oz7322) by Howard Funnell - model pic

  • (oz7322)
    Spitfire 24 / Seafire 47
    by Howard Funnell
    from Micro Mold
    44in span
    Scale IC R/C LowWing Military Fighter Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 18/12/2015
    Filesize: 343KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DerickScott
    Downloads: 4556

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I don't think this should be tagged as a 'glider' although it could conceivably be flown off the slope. As the designer of this particular model in the Micro Mold 1/10 scale series, I'm rather proud of the fact that it was their most successful scale kit ever (at least, that's what Roy Scott (the founder of MM) told me. I still have the original model plans and box artwork plus spinner, wheels etc from the prototype together with the Enya 19-V that it flew with. I did start work on a lightweight version for electric together with other 1/10 scale Spitfire projects but never actually built. Perhaps one day?
HowardFunnell - 25/12/2015
Thanks Howard, have re-tagged this one now.
SteveWMD - 25/12/2015
Sorry but no wing ribs on plan.
MiltonB - 21/04/2017
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