Breezy Senior (oz8745)


Breezy Senior (oz8745) by Chuck Hollinger from Babcock 1961 - plan thumbnail

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Breezy Senior. Designed for R/C precision aerobatics, pylon racing or free flight. Wingspan 56in, wing area 576 sq in, wingloading 13oz per sq ft. Airfoil is NACA 2415. Power .09 to .23 engines.

Quote: "Hi Mary & Steve, I like /your kind/ of a free trading zone, so I send you the (still uncleaned) plan of Chuck Hollinger's Breezy Senior. For precision aerobatic, pylon racing or free flight ;-) ...unfortunately no article, I've got only the dignified paper of the plan. Thanks for Bob Boucher's Monterey, I had before in quite poor scans out of the mag. Patrick

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Breezy Senior (oz8745) by Chuck Hollinger from Babcock 1961 - model pic

  • (oz8745)
    Breezy Senior
    by Chuck Hollinger
    from Babcock
    56in span
    IC R/C Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 16/05/2017
    Filesize: 2414KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: pikpak

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Hello, Herewith a colour picture of a Breezy Senior in 1958 [main pic]. The photo was taken by John Worth. Unfortunately, I do not know who the modeller is. Thanks again for all the good work you do with the Outerzone. Best modelling regards,
JMP_blackfoot - 15/04/2022
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