Stuntwagon 30 (oz7345)


Stuntwagon 30 (oz7345) by Hal DeBolt from DMECO 1949 - plan thumbnail

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Stuntwagon 30. Control line model for .23 to .36 power.

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Quote: "Hi Steve - This is the DMECO Stuntwagon 30, a 44 in control line model by Hal deBolt from 1949. While it doesn't have rib or former templates, the root and tip ribs are shown, and there's only two very simple formers that can be reproduced easily from the plans. This plane would be well suited for a modern .15, and an electric conversion would easily fit a battery below the shoulder wing. Enjoy!"

Update 06/09/2021: Added scan of formers (includes all ribs), thanks to ShawnW.

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Stuntwagon 30 (oz7345) by Hal DeBolt from DMECO 1949 - model pic

  • (oz7345)
    Stuntwagon 30
    by Hal DeBolt
    from DMECO
    44in span
    IC C/L Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 29/12/2015
    Filesize: 479KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: KeithMiller

Stuntwagon 30 (oz7345) by Hal DeBolt from DMECO 1949 - pic 003.jpg

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