Corben Super Ace (oz841)


Corben Super Ace (oz841) by Chuck Wood from Model Airplane News 1956 - plan thumbnail

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Corben Super Ace. Free flight scale model of the homebuilt.

Update 01/07/2014: Resized this plan to full-size at 38in wingspan, thanks to David.


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Corben Super Ace (oz841) by Chuck Wood from Model Airplane News 1956 - model pic


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Corben Super Ace (oz841) by Chuck Wood from Model Airplane News 1956 - pic 003.jpg
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I have a blue print copy of this exact plan that I obtained years ago from John Pond. It appears to be based on the EAA .airplane that was built for the Madison Wisconsin Air Terminal. The plans seem very accurate except for the landing gear detail. Pictures of the airplane in the Madison Air Terminal can be found at the URL
RalphAnderson - 16/11/2013
Added two great photos of the completed Corben Super Ace, thanks to Oliver Dietze [more pics 003, 004].
Mary - 11/11/2017
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