Sundog III P-30 (oz7880)


Sundog III P-30 (oz7880) by Steve Curran 1985 - plan thumbnail

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Sundog III P30. Rubber sport model.

Quote: "Hello Mary & Steve, 2 new plans for P-30 models, both designed, drawn and inked by Steve Curran. I can not tell you where I found these plans, because they have been in my possesion for many years. I like the idea that Mr. Curran used to make 'scale-ish' P-30, easy built rubber models ...It should be of interest to learn if Mr. Curran had also designed other models in this range. I have not, up to now found any photo of the models."

Wingspan: 30" (76 cm). Length: 28.5" (72 cm). Empty weight: 50 grams. The plan is dated, Oct. 10,1985.

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Sundog III P-30 (oz7880) by Steve Curran 1985 - model pic

  • (oz7880)
    Sundog III P-30
    by Steve Curran
    from Sundog Fun Flying Machines
    October 1985 
    30in span
    Rubber F/F Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 10/07/2016
    Filesize: 570KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: KjellMasch
    Downloads: 1489

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Hi, Please find herewith a photo [main pic] of the Sundog 3 P30 which I have just completed from your Outerzone drawing. I have modelled it exactly to the plan. It not yet been test flown as I need to establish the motor requirements although I imagine it will need to be in accordance with P30 rules. I now await a decent spring day and trust my picture is satisfactory for you. With kind regards,
Dave Collins - 09/12/2021
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