Gee Bee Model E


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Gee Bee Model E  
by Henry Haffke
from Scale R/C Modeler
October 1981 
75in span
Tags: Scale IC R/C LowWing Racer Civil
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 23/04/2017 at:
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About this Plan

Gee Bee Model E - Scale model racer. For OS Max .60 and 4 channel RC. Scale is 1/4.

Quote: - "The man who has designed more Gee Bee models than anyone else, turns his attention to the Sportster E ...The Model E Sportster is not a large model, as 1/4 scale airplanes go. It is just a little larger than most .60 powered modela. It is very peppy on a good .60 and more power is not needed ...the model is surprisingly fast, in spite of all that drag from the big radial front end, struts and brace wires. It slows up well for landing. It is a very enjoyable model to fly, and any Gee Bee is a beautiful thing in the air."

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