Shark P-60 (oz955)


Shark P-60 (oz955) from Victor Stanzel  - plan thumbnail

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Shark P-60. A late 1930s speed rubber model kitted by Victor Stanzel Co. The model is designed for "G" line control, a patented mono-line type of CL.


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Shark P-60 (oz955) from Victor Stanzel  - model pic


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Some photos [main pic, 003,004] and a video of the "Shark P-60" built by Andrew Reynaerd in the late 1950s. It is still airworthy after 60+ years, and was flown again recently (2018). Andy's model appears to have been scratch built from plans rather than the kit. There is a vintage "Sig" stencil on the inside of the upper fuselage sheeting! The faded tissue is very fragile, as one might expect. The colour trim is automotive paint - still glossy after all these years. The model has ground adjustable elevators & rudder but no means of control in flight.
Flying photo [pic 004] is by Peter Smith.
Video here:
ChrisMoes - 02/11/2020
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