Waco Taperwing -
Quote: - "I take a three view and start from there. This Waco is a modeller's dream for flying, whether the modeller is new at the game or an old seasoned flyer from way back when. The drawings I used for this plane were in the Air Classics of January 1975, and after reading the article and seeing the old bird all feathered out for racing, I just had to build it. I used a conventional landing gear to simplify things, and took Jerry Nelson's construction ideas for the fuselage and tail assembly. This makes it easy to build and most importantly, holds down the weight..."
Waco Taperwing, MAN, June 1976
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