Aeronca Sedan (oz7622)
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Monogram Aeronca Sedan. Control line stunt model.
Quote: "Hi Mary, Here's a set of plans of the Monogram Aeronca that I drew in 1994 on velum in pencil and just got scanned. You can add them with the kit instructions in case anyone wants to build one. Mark."
Quote: "Hi Steve, Attached is a JPEG of the Monogram Aeronca plans that I had Fedex scan then cleaned up using Photoshop. Monogram offered a control line Aeronca and a Cub in the late 40s. They were essentially large Speedee-Bilt kits. The wings came carved and you glued the ribs and tissue on the bottom just like the smaller Speedee-Bilt kits. The majority of the Monogram Aeronca kit instructions I've found were in grayscale but a kit I found last fall had these beautiful colored instructions. Also attached is a photo of the Monogram Aeronca replica that I built. When I was a kid in the early '50s my uncle had one just like this. It was the first control line plane that I saw and was hooked for life. I hope you can add these instructions to your website for others to enjoy. Congratulations on your 5th anniversary. Regards, Mark."
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2nd page. Instructions, in yellow tint.
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User commentsI rec'd the Piper Cub for Christmas in 1948. Later in high school bought the Aeronca which for some reason never built it. Thanks for posting.
Richard - 18/04/2016
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