Fubar 36 (oz953)


Fubar 36 (oz953) by Ray Matthews - plan thumbnail

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Midwest Fubar 36. Free flight power model, for Torp .049 engine. Wingspan 36in, wing area 167 sq in.


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Fubar 36 (oz953) by Ray Matthews - model pic


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User comments

Here are some photos of the Fubar 36 that I built [model photo & more pics 003, 004].
WalterK - 20/10/2017
Very nice Fubar 36. I'm very proud to see my fathers Ray Matthews designs Are still relevant and popular.
Joe Matthews - 06/07/2019
I also am very proud to see my fathers designs still popular and in use. I still have all the Fubars (all wing spans) my dad had built in the the last 70+ years and the Crowbars as well. I also still have all the engines Including Diesel, Glow, Ignition etc dating back to the early 1940's.
Jeff Matthews - 07/07/2019
Scaled up by Jay Burkart of Kentucky [pics 005-009]
TomRyan - 31/03/2024
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