Boeing 707


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Boeing 707  
by PJ Angus
from Model Aircraft
December 1962 
21in span
Tags: IC F/F Pusher
all formers complete :)
got article :)

This plan was found online 01/05/2017 at:
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About this Plan

Boeing 707 - Simple all-sheet pusher model, for Cox Pee Wee power.

Quote: - "The simplified construction employing a high mounted wing does not detract from the impressive appearance of this model, as the in flight photo amply proves..."

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Hi, I am building from this plan and have found an error. It states that the fuselage sides are 3/16, but measuring the plan view of the fuselage and former widths, the sides can only be 3/32 each. I am building mine with 3/32 sides and its going well. I can send you a photo once its done if you like? I have built several planes from your plans collection, which I must say is an amazing achievement and a benefit for the future of modelling. So far I have built the profile Pitts, but made from 2mm depron with a 1" wide fuselage and minium radio gear but using a syma X7 quadcopter motor,gear housing and prop. Flew well in a straight line but didn't like control inputs. Also built 56% KK Elmira from depron, brushless motor, 2x 3g servos , 7.4 v repurposed e-cigarette lipo cells approx 250mah. My friend supplies me with these. Also built Katie FF glider, thermal scout, many other chuck gliders as well. Keep up the amazing work. All the best, Andy.
AndyM - 16/06/2017
Here is a photo of my unfinished airliner, the Boeing 707 [more pics 003].
AndyMac - 10/07/2017
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