Flying Aces Sportster (oz8230)
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Flying Aces Sportster. Rubber sport model.
This seems to be is the first published drawing of the 'Flying Aces Sportster' design, from FA 1935. For later (and larger) versions of this design, from 1999 and 2008 see FA Sportster (oz1143) and FA Sportster (oz5000).
Quote: "Hi, I think the following image is the original which lead to the illustration on the cover of the FAC News, which lead to the recreation shown here. https://static.rcgroups.net/forums/attachments/6/8/2/8... ...the SAM rubber list, I think the one for 2012-2014, had it as the March 1935 issue of [Flying Models]. In any case, it appeared in the November 1996 Wingovers and Wallbangers, edited by John Koptonak. Lincoln"
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Flying Aces Sportster
by HY Loschin
from Flying Aces
Rubber F/F LowWing
all formers complete :)
Found online 02/12/2016 at:
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User commentsIf anyone out there has the original article pages to go with this drawing, that would be great. A photo would be fantastic, too.
SteveWMD - 09/12/2016
A couple of Flying Aces Sportster photos [main pic, 003].
Charlie Storck - 09/06/2021
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