P-51D Mustang 60 (oz9237)
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North American P-51D Mustang. Radio control scale model WWII fighter for 60 sized engines. Wingspan 1644mm. Wing area 777 sq in. Scale is 1-3/4in = 1ft.
Note this plan is a 2-color, 400dpi bitmap PDF. See supplement file for a greyscale version of the same thing, that might in some parts be easier to read.
Scan from JBartsch, cleanup by WMD.
Direct submission to Outerzone.
Update 25/05/2018: added kit review from RCM&E, April 1978, thanks to RFJ.
Supplementary file notes
Alternate version of the same scan. This is at 180dpi, in greyscale.
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User commentsI built this plane from the kit 30 years ago. Please advise builders to strengthen the landing gear mounts and try not to thin the leading edge to much. Mine flew beautifully but would hunt around on landing especially with flaps. Not until I added leading edge cuffs to the tips did it behave and become a great airplane. Consider modifying airfoil to correct this situation. It has lots of wing area and is realistic at the 9 pound weight mine weighed.
JoelMc - 03/10/2017
Ty for posting this, i have this kit still in the box i bought 18 to 20 years ago i was just getting ready to build it now :)
George - 21/06/2019
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