Cessna 170 (oz88)

 

Cessna 170 (oz88) by Bill Dean from Keil Kraft 1956 - plan thumbnail

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Kit plan for a free flight or R/C scale Cessna 170 model with a three-foot wingspan, for 0.8 - 1.5cc engines. KK Cessna 170.

Quote from KK ad: "These kits build up into the finest and most accurate scale models available today. They look and fly just like the real thing! Super Scale Kit Features: Authentic plans prepared from manufacturers' own works drawings. Lavishly illustrated leaflets ...crashproof one-piece wings, held by internal bands. Detachable tail surfaces and wing struts."

Update 31/05/2013: Added the printwood scans for this plan, thanks to vintage1.

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Cessna 170 (oz88) by Bill Dean from Keil Kraft 1956 - model pic

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  • (oz88)
    Cessna 170
    by Bill Dean
    from Keil Kraft
    1956 
    36in span
    Scale IC F/F R/C Cabin Civil
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 03/04/2011
    Filesize: 977KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: keven64

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Hi Steve, Attached is a photo of my Cessna 170 by Keil Kraft, plan ID 88. Built in the early 1970's, powered by a DC Merlin 0.75cc mounted sidewinder which was the only change from the kit. It was my first successful flying scale model with which I had many great day's flying. Yes I know I should have cut the grass before taking the photo! Regards,
BryanLea - 08/08/2014
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