North American B-25H Mitchell (oz8115)


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North American B-25 Mitchell. Profile scale twin model for CL.

Quote: "The Mitchell, by Vern Schroder. Twin engines excite all ukie fans. Trouble is ships always seem to an impractical scale monster or some hot stunt junkie with an extra mill. This B-25 for .09’s or .15’s.

During World War II, the North American B-25 'Mitchell' added three historic firsts to a remarkable record. It was the first USAAF bomber to sink an Axis submarine after our entry into the war, the first AAF bomber to attack the Philippines after they were captured by the Japanese, and perhaps the most famous first of all, the daring Tokyo attack by General Doolittle on April 18, 1942.

Our model is built to a scale of 5/8 in = 1 ft, giving it a span of 42 inches, length of 32 in, and weight of 30 oz. Engines of .09 to .15 displacement are recommended. However, for top performance with .09 engines, keep the weight down as much as possible, especially at the tail. Our model was considerably tail heavy, but in spite of several ounces of nose weight for proper balance, it has flown successfully on one Arden .099 engine.

Tail surfaces: Cut the elevator and rudders from medium 1/4 in sheet balsa and sand them to an airfoil cross sec- tion shape... "

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North American B-25H Mitchell (oz8115) by Vern Schroeder 1958 - model pic

  • (oz8115)
    North American B-25H Mitchell
    by Vern Schroeder
    from Model Airplane News
    April 1958 
    42in span
    Scale IC C/L Multi Military Bomber
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 12/10/2016
    Filesize: 358KB
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    Credit*: dfritzke
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