Skybo (oz7756)

 

Skybo (oz7756) by Bill Winter from Eagle Model Aircraft 1946 - plan thumbnail

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Skybo. Free flight gas model. Rocket 45 engine shown.

Quote: "A realistic cabin model with all the performance ability of a super-streamlined endurance model. With a wingspan of 65 and an area of 515 square inches the Skybo meets all the AMA requirements. The model must weigh 38 ounces with a Rocket engine [Rocket 45 ignition engine, that is]. Designed by William Winter. Plans: Sid Michaels."

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Skybo (oz7756) by Bill Winter from Eagle Model Aircraft 1946 - model pic

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These Eagle plans are beautiful.
SteveWMD - 30/05/2016
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