Short Seamew (oz773)

 

Short Seamew (oz773) by Phil Smith from Veron - plan thumbnail

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Short Seamew. Scale anti-submarine aircraft, rubber power from Veron.

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Short Seamew (oz773) by Phil Smith from Veron - model pic

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    ScaleType: This (oz773) is a scale plan. Where possible we link scale plans to Wikipedia, using a text string called ScaleType.

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User comments

A word of caution; the plan doesn't show dimensions for the dihedral, or where it starts on the wing.
TomS - 25/03/2021
Look for the part that says: "Template for setting angle of ribs R1 and R2. Paste to card and cut out". That's all you need. I doubt you could find a Phil Smith plan that doesn't include everything you need to build the model.
SteveWMD - 25/03/2021
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