Blazer (oz854)


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Blazer. 1/2A class free flight power. For .049 engines.

Update 14/11/2022: Added scan of ribs and formers, thanks to Dave Rigotti.

Quote: "I have ribs and formers to add to the Carl Goldberg 1/2A Blazer planset. See Attached. Regards, Dave Rigotti."

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Blazer (oz854) 1957 - model pic


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In the past year I have scratch built many models from plans on your website. See the Goldberg Blazer photo attached [more pics 003].
AndyCoutts - 24/05/2016
Please find attached more photos of the Blazer, including airborne [more pics 004-006].
AndyCoutts - 03/06/2016
This has been the last model I've built and flown at the end of 2018 [more pics 007-010]. This is the Blazer built for radio control and keeping everything in action to use as O.T. 1/2. Tonight we will take grapes as ordered by the Spanish tradition and tomorrow we will be 2019. We will continue to fly and build.
Pajariperro - 16/01/2019
Apologies to Pajariperro for taking so long to add these pictures & the New Year's Eve greeting. We hope Pajariperro and all Outerzone readers will continue to fly and build in 2019!
Mary - 16/01/2019
No wing or elevator rib profiles shown on single sheet. Is there more than one sheet of plans?
GST - 18/05/2020
The main rib of both the wing and stab is shown. But since this is a kit plan, ie the plan arrived in the box along with all the kit parts, probably no, there was no further sheet. Kit plans often showed only the assembly, not the full formers. Anyone out there got printwood scans to add to this?
SteveWMD - 18/05/2020
Pic of my Blazer model [pic 011].
Ray Jacobelli - 29/12/2020
Boy, does this one bring back memories. There was a completed model hanging up in the Western Auto store, which had a few model airplane items displayed in one corner. I lusted after it every time I rode my bike downtown, about '58 or '59. It was totally out of my ability to build such a model, even if I could spring for the $3.95 price. It was a lot of money for a kid. I couldn't imagine covering the thin, flimsy wing without warps, and a hot Holland Hornet was something to dream about. Two years later, I built the Blazer's successor, a Goldberg Hi-thrust Viking, with my paper route riches, never flown after being damaged during a move. Yes I could build it now but would prefer the Viking, a larger version of the Blazer.
Doug Smith - 30/12/2020
Hi, Here are pics of my 1/2 A Blazer which I built many years ago [012, 013]. Electric powered and RC for motor speed and DT. (No control surfaces). Flies great.
Andy Kovacs - 08/02/2022
Howdy all..
A 1/2 A Blazer was my first really successful freeflight. After getting it going, I launched it from our field in Miami Springs just north of Miami International.. It hooked a boomer and was gone.. I was pretty sad because money was tight but a phone call that evening from the name, address and Ph. # on the wing with the magic word "Reward" brought it home from it's landing near the Orange Bowl stadium.. Amazing.. Fast forward 56 years and I got another on ebay.. 2 ch. RC to keep her safe !!
Al Robinson - 15/08/2023
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