Pylon Polisher oz8788

 

Pylon Polisher - plan thumbnail image

Pylon Polisher - completed model photo

Submitted to Outerzone: 29/05/2017
Outerzone planID: oz8788 | Filesize: 592KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: Circlip, RFJ

   

About this Plan

Pylon Polisher - Radio control pylon racer for Holland Hornet power.

Quote: "Radio controlled pylon racing with pit stops by Half-A powered planes is latest experiment by the SLOW Club of Washington DC. This job really gets around ...these 26in span 1/2A pylon racers are really exciting, and it does not hurt financially either."

Pylon Polisher, American Modeller, December 1960.

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oz8788 datafile

Pylon Polisher  
by Frank Ehling
from American Modeler
December 1960 
36in span
Tags: IC R/C LowWing Racer
all formers complete :)
got article :)

 

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User comments

My name is Tom Como and I'm from Holland, Ohio. I'm 68 years old and this is my first contribution to Outerzone. I've been a long time follower to your site and truly appreciate all you do. These pictures are of the Pylon Polisher from American Modeler Mag. Dec, 1960 [more pics 003, 004]. I always wanted to build one and have it almost completed. I'll send more pictures of it soon.
TomComo - 22/12/2017
Here is my completed Pylon Polisher [more pics 005-007]. Fun Project! Thanks for all you do.
TomComo - 06/04/2018
I was very fortunate this past weekend [more pics 008].
TomComo - 17/04/2018
Congratulations, Tom!
Mary - 17/04/2018
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