CB 30 Papillon (oz9525)

 

CB 30 Papillon (oz9525) by M Ducrot - plan thumbnail

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CB 30 Le Papillon. Free flight gas model.

Quote: "Hi Steve & Mary, Here are two pdf conversion attempts. Have included the jpegs if needed. Hope your doing well and thanks for your tireless work on both of your most excellent websites. Tony."

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CB 30 Papillon (oz9525) by M Ducrot - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz9525)
    CB 30 Papillon
    by M Ducrot
    from Chalange et Bonnet
    42in span
    IC F/F Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 02/12/2017
    Filesize: 1505KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: TonyParkinson
    Downloads: 680

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I have a photo for the plan page of the CB 30 Papillon [pic 003]. I took this photo many years ago. My Papillon has an old English Mills 75 for power.
Joost - 07/12/2017
Hello to both of you, While surfing on the Retroplane site, I discovered that an issue of the magazine "Radio Modélisme" did an article on the "old timer" CB 30 from 1942. And apparently, in 1978, there were still boxes available! Well, it's written in French... not everything is perfect ;-)
The site that offers these magazine scans does a great job for anyone who wants to re-read these old magazines ;-) https://rc-paper.com
cb 30 Papillon : https://rc-paper.com/details_page.php?id=rev_radiomodelisme-0127&pg=20
Olivier - 14/07/2022
Bonjour Olivier, this is a question that has intrigued me: how was it possible to practice air modelling under the Occupation? Who did it? What materials, as balsa was naturally off-limits? Rubber for motors, fuels for combustion engines? Considering the harshness of the Occupation, none of these would be easy to obtain, and most likely not for everyone, can you tell something on the subject?
Miguel - 15/07/2022
Hello Miguel, There was no more balsa or harder to find, thinner "hard" wood to bring the models to life. More or little rubber hence apparently a lot of gliders. If you look closely at plans like the one I'm finishing, Guy Borgé's av6 is "hard" wood. The reign of the poplar ;-) . It should also be known that it was at one time forbidden to practice motorized aerial model making under penalty of serious sanctions by the occupier. In case it would have allowed a transfer of information. In the prisoner of war camps, for the officers, there are many aerial model activities to occupy their morale. And modeling even depends on a Ministry of Air Sports ;-) So, unless I'm mistaken, there was modeling activity during this period...
Olivier - 15/07/2022
Pour l'Histoire :
Translate with Edge ?
http://www.retroplane.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3146
English : https://www.cairn-int.info/journal-staps-2018-3-page-107.htm
Olivier - 15/07/2022
Mille millions de mille sabords de tonnerre de Brest! Thank you VERY much!
Miguel - 15/07/2022
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