Parakeet - Radio control sport biplane model, for .15 to .25 power. Also kitted by Tidewater Hobby.
Quote: "Known for its simple construction, great three channel RC performance and sporty, realistic appearance, my popular sport-flying Pronto (oz1740) captures the very essence of fun. The design has long been a favourite of mine, so when fellow modeller Chuck Cusick challenged me to convert it into a biplane, I couldn't resist..."
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Update 09/08/2018: added kit review from MAN June 1989, thanks to RFJ.
Article, thanks to RFJ.
Alternate version of essentially the same plan, as sold by Tidewater Hobby, with different title block. With thanks to JJ.
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