AT-6 Texan 500 (oz9121)


AT-6 Texan 500 (oz9121) by Ralph Andrae 1975 - plan thumbnail

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AT-6 Texan 500. Radio control sport scale model for .25 to .50 engines.

Quote: "Wing Mfg has designed this legendary airplane into a multi-purpose sport scale model. As its big sister, the AT-6 make a great R/C advanced trainer. Fly it with a .25 for fun or strap a .40 on it and go pylon racing..."

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Quote: "Scanned from a kit I recently sold on e-bay... the kit used foam wings so NO RIBS are shown! Looks like a standard 'sport' wing and a club racer wing (thinner airfoil) were available. Dave"


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AT-6 Texan 500 (oz9121) by Ralph Andrae 1975 - model pic

  • (oz9121)
    AT-6 Texan 500
    by Ralph Andrae
    from Wing Mfg
    55in span
    Scale IC R/C LowWing Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 23/08/2017
    Filesize: 1250KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke
    Downloads: 2006

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User comments

Is there another sheet to the plans that shows the curved cross sections at the bulk heads, only one is shown in detail, F7. Thanks,
Joe - 25/02/2021
I believe there is another sheet to this plan. There are no cross-section details for the bulkheads except for F7.
JN - 13/03/2021
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