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Whipsaw. Control line combat model. 31 inch span profile fuselage combat-stunt controlliner for all .09 to .19 engines.
Steve, See attached plan for the 31 inch Whipsaw control liner from Ambroid. Not sure of the vintage, but I think it's early 1960s.
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Update 29/01/2019: Added tail template file, many thanks to Pit. Shows parts for horizontal stab and elevator.
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Alternate version of the same plan thanks to rchopper56: larger filesize, but clearer (grayscale).
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User commentsNo horizontal tail plan?
PhilB - 22/11/2016
I guess this is a case where the kit would have included the horizontal stab and elevator ready formed, so there's was no need to show them (in plan view) for construction purposes. But if anyone out there can submit an outline tracing of the tail parts, that would be great. We'll add it as a supplement.
SteveWMD - 23/11/2016
How can I get the elevator and stabilizer? Thanks,
anon - 27/01/2019
Added now, see supplement file (thanks to Pit).
SteveWMD - 29/01/2019
Ambroid had a little 'toon for many of their models [more pics 004; see also Jetstream oz7937 & Charger oz2903]. Scanned from a full page magazine ad that showed many of them. You can see these graphics are on the plans.
dfritzke - 04/02/2019
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