Taylorcraft (oz81)

 

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About this Plan

Taylorcraft. 54 in span scale rubber, kit no. 3505 by Comet. Span 54in, length 33in. Scale is 1-1/2in = 1ft. Plan shows all printwood and is very detailed.

Quote: "The Taylorcraft is a big flying scale model, with a wingspan of 54in. It is designed to an exact scale of 1-1/4in = 1 ft. Every detail of the original ship has been carefully reproduced, thanks to the co-operation of the Taylorcraft factory. The exterior and interior of the plane have boon faithfully duplicated.

Some of the outstanding features are: shock-proof landing gear, cabin doors that can be opened, movable controls, detachable wings and an automatic wing jig that cuts building time. The kit Contains a large, detailed plan which makes the construction a pleasure. This is a 'must' on your list of models to build."

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User comments

The extra pic of the Taylorcraft [morepics 002] is thanks to SteveStaples.
SteveWMD - 13/10/2012
Much modified from Comet's 54" kit, this is a clipped wing (43" span) version of a T-Craft in Great Britain [more pics 003-004].
DaveBraun - 28/06/2017
The parts are off scale
anon - 11/12/2018
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