Stinson Station Wagon (oz8168)
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Modelhob Stinson Station Wagon. Rubber sport-scale model.
Quote: "Semi-scale model touring plane. Just right for learning rubberband powered flight. Classic construction kit."
Hi Mary and Steve. I'm sending you the plan for the Modelhob Station-Wagon, a semi-scale 800 mm (31-1/2 in) span rubber model. This model appeared in 1973. I have attached two pics taken from Modelhob's 1979 catalogue, and a model description (misspelling included) from the 1976 catalogue, too. And there is a good building thread for this model here: http://www.miliamperios.com/foro/aeromodelos-interior-indoor-f6/stinson-modelhob-t207149.html Best regards, alcalaino
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User commentsHi. I've downloaded many plans from your web page, so it's time to contribute with some photos [more pics 006-009]. The plane is the Stinson Station Wagon from Modelhob, electrified with a LD1510A brushless motor, 10A Esc, 4040 prop, 360 mAh 3S LiPo, two 5g servos (rudder and elevator), and 3ch Rx. The weight increased a lot, so I had to reinforce the wings with braces to the fuselage. Just fly well and it's fun. Best regards.
JLSilvestre - 31/10/2019
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