Avro Mk.IV Triplane 1910 (oz7349)

 

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About this Plan

Avro Mk.IV Triplane 1910 - Scale model for Cox .020 engine or Hytork 48 electric motor. Scale is 1/12. Original design by Chuck West, plan redrawn for Peterson Products by Art Reiners.

Quote: "The Avro Mk IV is a flying scale reproduction of the original aeroplane produced by the A.V.Roe Company of Manchester, England in September 1910 and finally dismantled in the fall of 1911. The construction of the model is not an overnight project but with some time and patience we believe you will find it an interesting model for the scale enthusiast. Certain points require explanation to simplify construction.."

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Update 16/02/2017: added instructions and parts file, thanks to Jon Putnam.

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Instructions and parts.

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I have an original RN Kit of the Avro Mk IV by Chuck West originally kitted by Peterson Products (which is how you show it on Outerzone). It included a two-page instructions as well as ... very important ... a sheet not on the plans with all the wire parts patterns. I also scanned the ribs and fuselage parts for you [see supplementary file].
JonPutnam - 16/02/2017
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