Pilatus PC-6 Porter - Radio control scale model. Wingspan 75in, for .40 - .60 power. Veco .61 shown. Plan also includes drawings of floats and skis.
Quote: "Here's one more from Uncle Willies. Years ago, back about 1972, I had an original copy of this plan out of Germany. Drawn by B. Huber and sold through FMT as I recall.
Unfortunately, during a move it and so many more "fell off the truck" in transit. Well, we all know what that phrase really means.
Anyway, these files were available through Uncle Willie for a short time so I snagged a set. Of particular interest to me were the functioning landing gear and LE slatted flaps. Considerable effort went into the drawings... Cheers,"
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Update 14/10/2017: added build instructions (in German), thanks to BerndLangner.
Update 18/10/2017: added English version of article (Flying Models, Feb 1969), thanks to RFJ.
Instructions (in German).
Article in English.
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