Lancer 45 (oz8330)

 

Lancer 45 (oz8330) by Chester Chaplaskie 1938 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Lancer 45. Free flight power sport model.

Plan is marked: "JE Tileston, 1988. Co-operative Plans Service, 2011. Archive #002841. Digitally cleaned by Mephisto (Lubo Hrncar)."

Note the Lancer 45 plan (or at least, a good clean copy of it) has been missing for years. This here looks almost exactly the same as the (unclear) one previously available online - but is at much higher resolution, at 400dpi. This version will print clearly at fullsize.

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Lancer 45 (oz8330) by Chester Chaplaskie 1938 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz8330)
    Lancer 45
    by Chester Chaplaskie
    1938 
    45in span
    IC F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 11/01/2017
    Filesize: 382KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: AllanK1
    Downloads: 2192

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User comments

Hi Steve, if you are keen, one/some of these photos could accompany the Lancer 45 plan we have recently added [more pics 003-008]. Hopefully some more of these great little models will be built. I notice other photos of the 45 I have found show the high thrust line version like my latest. The only low thrust version photo with the upright motor and like this plan seems to be my 60 inch one. The picture with the two of them side by side tells the story [more pics 008]. I have seen ads for the 49 showing an inverted high thrust version but the plan doesn't talk about it. It shows low only. The 72 plan shows high thrust line but says it can be low thrust line upright if you want. My conclusion is that Lancers were always intended to be high or low thrust line at the builder's discretion. In my case I prefer the low thrust line but it was not practical on my little Lancer due to prop clearance considerations so it has a more conventional looking high thrust line. They look great in whatever version.
AllanK1 - 15/02/2017
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