American Airlines Condor Plane (oz7540)
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American Airlines Condor Plane. Scale model biplane twin airliner, for rubber power. Subject is the Curtiss T-32 Condor II. Legend on the plan says 'Rekitted by Model Aircraft Labs.' Scale is 1/48.
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Update 17/01/2019: Added model photo courtesy of Dad3353, with many thanks. This photo is from his RCGroups build thread at OZNoP 2018, 1935 Curtiss Condor which was part of the 2018 'Outerzone No Picture' (OZNoP) build-off organised by BMatthews, see RCGroups thread at https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?3111705-OZNoP-Outerzone-No-Picture-Build-2018 for more details.
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User commentsI've finished off a few details on the Condor; here's the photos of the result [model photo & more pics 003-006]. I'll take the opportunity of expressing my thanks for all the work involved in hosting this site, which has become the reference for those looking for model plans. Great Stuff.
Dad3353 - 21/01/2019
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