Veco Tomahawk - Control line sport combat model. For .19 to .35 power. This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.
Quote: "Hi Mary, Here's another favorite plane from my childhood. My uncle built one in the late 50s. He still had it when he died in 2003. The photo is a Tomahawk I built and painted just like my uncle's. There have been a couple of kits of the Tomahawk offered but neither was faithful to the original Veco design. I was able to buy a kit off eBay and drew this plan. Then I built mine. It's an exact copy of the Veco kit. Mark."
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