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Dreamer - completed model photo

by Don Foster
from Flying Models
June 1972 
39in span
Tags: IC R/C Biplane
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 02/11/2016
Outerzone planID: oz8161 | Filesize: 577KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: MJB


About this Plan

Dreamer - Radio control sport biplane model. 580 sq in wing area.

Quote: - "The agility of a cavorting bipe in the blue is good exercise for your servos, mind and trembling fingers. It's a spirited .40 RC sport/stunt machine ....with a span of 39in and a Super Tigre .40 it bores along in great shape; does most of the tricks easily and has a nice sink rate for landing. The ship goes together quite fast and does not gobble up wood in building as most biplanes generally do..."

Hi Steve; Here is a plan and article from Flying Models, June 1972. The Dreamer biplane by Don Foster. I bought the plan and built it back in the early '70s. It was a good flying little plane and looked good in the air. My friend built me another about 10 years ago, and by this time it sure looked like a small airplane! Everything has gotten bigger over the years! I think an enlarged version was kitted at one point. I remember seeing ads for a very similar looking bipe. I think this could be enlarged if anyone wants to build a bigger version. I love the website and am happy to contribute my little bit. Wingspan is 39" .40 size engine. Cheers, MJB

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