Le Bince (oz8575)


Le Bince (oz8575) by Jacques Lerat - plan thumbnail

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Le Bince. Free flight motor-glider model. 1.5m wingspan.

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Article pages, in French.


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Le Bince (oz8575) by Jacques Lerat - model pic


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User comments

Hello, Here are a couple of pictures of my good friend Bernard Dereudre's radio assisted rendition of Jacques Lerat's "Le Bince" [main pic, 004, 005], also a 3-view drawing of same. They will help give a better idea of this model's interesting features and make sense of the full-size plan. The build thread in Retroplane gives many more details: http://www.retroplane.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3697 Best modelling egards as always,
Jean-Marie Piednoir - 24/06/2023
Very good looking, and the unorthodox layout makes it out of the ordinary, it looks like it has a hanging SIMCA automobile for a cabin! The compressed MRA plan in the old style is another headache, but people who buy jigsaw puzzles might be tickled into a flying model :)
I took a peek at the Retroplane thread, that Anoretic Buddha in the 4th post was rather unsettling! My compliments to Bernard, nice model and nicer spirit!
Miguel - 24/06/2023
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