Chilton DW.1 (oz7525)


Chilton DW.1 (oz7525) by Clive Gamble - plan thumbnail

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Chilton DW.1. Rubber scale model of the 1930 racer.

Quote: "Hi Steve - I built the Chilton with a 165cm wingspan. 60 4 stoke OS. Was my first attempt at a scale plane. The build is actually easy, even with the rounded deck and tapered wing. I did all the scale detailing from Internet pics. There were only 4 real aircraft ever built. I based mine on the Black racer No.29 [see more pics 003-005]. As a model the Chilton flies like a dream. No real vices, Would really recommend it as a scale build. I've never seen one as a model in South Africa. Definitely a conversation starter. I've sent you the plans I used. They are for 16in. rubber power, but I expanded and modified them to suit my requirements. Hope they help. Thanks for the AWESOME website. Regards, Bryan Moose"

Note see pages at ffscale website where this plan was originally published for more useful notes and pics. Also a dwg CAD file is available.

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Chilton DW.1 (oz7525) by Clive Gamble - model pic

  • (oz7525)
    Chilton DW.1
    by Clive Gamble
    16in span
    Scale Rubber F/F LowWing Racer
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 07/03/2016
    Filesize: 673KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: BryanMoose, MikeStuart
    Downloads: 2303

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User comments

Here is a photo of the DW.1 16"span by Clive Gamble scaled up to a 20" [more pics 006]. I really appreciate your website.
DDailing - 18/10/2016
This is my second effort at this model, I started the first a few years ago but never quite finished it. This time around I hope to see it get off the ground [pic 007]. Thanks for the work you put into the site, I've spent many pleasant hours browsing it.
Tim - 05/10/2020
Also a photo of my (16 inch) Chilton DW1 from Clive Gamble [pic 008]. Happy New Year and congratulations for the job,
JL Foliguet - 30/12/2020
Hi Mary & Steve, I hope that you are well. I've sent you a few photos of my Chilton DW-1 built from oz7525 [main pic, 009, 010]. I hope that you enjoy them. Sincerely,
Eric Holmes - 17/02/2021
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