Super Quaker (oz7671)


Super Quaker (oz7671) by Matt Kania - plan thumbnail

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Super Quaker. Classic old timer design.

Quote: "Super Quaker. Designed by Matty Kania, kitted by Megow 1941. Redrawn by Gene Wallock Friday the 13th of May, 1985. Copyright Pew Model Service, 1983."

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Update 16/12/2021: Added main pic, found online at showing completed model by Soar RC, thanks to TomRyan.


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Super Quaker (oz7671) by Matt Kania - model pic

  • (oz7671)
    Super Quaker
    by Matt Kania
    from Megow, Pew Model Service
    76in span
    IC F/F Cabin Kit
    clean :)
    formers incomplete :(
  • Submitted: 25/04/2016
    Filesize: 803KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JJ
    Downloads: 1550

Super Quaker (oz7671) by Matt Kania - pic 003.jpg
Super Quaker (oz7671) by Matt Kania - pic 004.jpg
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User comments

Here are some pictures of my 1936 Megow 87 inch Quaker [main pic, 003, 004], it is powered by Cermark power 32 electric motor and I fly it on a 3500mah 3cell battery. Great floater, I get 35 Minute flights on the 3500 mah batery. I love flying the Quaker. It makes a great Glider piggy back lift plane and it is great on floats.
From Fontana, California USA
Stanley Wagner - 08/02/2021
Those photos are of a Flying Quaker. The Super Quaker is here:
Tom - 02/09/2021
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