Profile P-51 Mustang (oz8224)


Profile P-51 Mustang (oz8224) by Ted Strader from Flying Models 1960 - plan thumbnail

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RC Profile P-51 Mustang. Radio control profile scale model. For Cox .020 Pee Wee power.

Quote: "For almost as long as we've been interested in R/C we've been obsessed with the idea of strapping some gear to the side of a sheet of balsa and flying it. Until the fairly recent advent of commercial receivers of small size and minimum battery requirements it has remained more a thought than a reality. When we finally decided to do something about it, it was decided to at least attempt to make the ship look like a real one. Having had such good luck with the 4 foot P-51 Mustang (oz1289) which we did for FM back in February '58] we decided to use that outline for our first profile R/C. So much for the prologue, suppose we get down to business and stamp out a copy of this little 9 oz. terror before the late movie comes on..."

Hi Mary/Steve - Here is Ted Strader's Profile P-51 from Flying Models magazine issue 03-60 ... Regards, 'theshadow'

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Profile P-51 Mustang (oz8224) by Ted Strader from Flying Models 1960 - model pic

  • (oz8224)
    Profile P-51 Mustang
    by Ted Strader
    from Flying Models
    March 1960 
    26in span
    Scale IC R/C LowWing Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 05/12/2016
    Filesize: 158KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: theshadow

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Added the missing article, thanks to Pit.
SteveWMD - 06/12/2016
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