Bristol Fighter F2B - Scale model for rubber power.
Quote: - "We have had a great number of requests for plans of popular wartime models. The Bristol Fighter shown here is a trim little model with very fine flying qualities. The shock-absorbing axle and tail-skid eliminate damage to the ship when landing. All control surfaces are movable with aluminium hinges. These and many other excellent features devloped by our laboratory make the Bristol Fighter F2B a very interesting model to construct..."
Originally published in Popular Aviation, Jan 1935. This is a later redrawn version of the plan circa 1970, from Golden Age Reproductions (ref:1003).
Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.
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