Bumble Bee (oz8729)


Bumble Bee (oz8729) by Paul Lindberg 1938 - plan thumbnail

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Bumble Bee. Free flight sport biplane, for Lindberg Hornet spark engine.

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  • (oz8729)
    Bumble Bee
    by Paul Lindberg
    from Popular Aviation
    February 1938 
    29in span
    IC F/F Biplane
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 12/05/2017
    Filesize: 865KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke
    Downloads: 736

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Hi Steve, am I the only one to see this or does this model really look like a semi scale Payne Knight Twister homebuilt with an in-line automotive engine as published by Bjorn Carlstrom in the 1970-ies / 1980-ies? At least it could be made into a model of it, easily. Love your site! I used to build Tern Aero kits as a kid, none of which flew really well. Now I can try again. Cheers,
Martin - 21/05/2017
Good point. It seems the Knight Twister does date back to 1932 (I had to look it up), so maybe there was some influence there.
SteveWMD - 21/05/2017
In fact the immatriculation number is from the Knight Twister of 1933 and you can find identical plans for c/L version.
Pit - 21/05/2017
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