Flappy (oz8959)


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Flappy. Control line sport model.

Quote: "Svenson's Flappy is a kit rendering of Henry Stouff's design, which has been evlolved from the famous Blue Pants (oz3491) and Fric-Frac series. Being rather short-coupled and having a thick airfoil combined with wing-flaps, this is an extremely maneouverable model capable of the entire FAI stunt schedule. The wing mounted landing gear gives excellent ground-handling and the very long tailwheel eases all take-offs and landings. Wingspan 42-3/4 in. Wing area 425 sq in. For engines from .19 to .25 "

Hello Steve, Two drawings of CL aircrafts. The "Flappy" is the sequel to the "Blue Pants" Design is from Hennry Stoufs... Greetings,

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Flappy (oz8959) by Henri Stouffs 1972 - model pic

  • (oz8959)
    by Henri Stouffs
    from Svenson (ref:4)
    43in span
    IC C/L Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 13/07/2017
    Filesize: 3521KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: WijnsDirk
    Downloads: 1159

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