F-86D Sabre (oz9642)


F-86D Sabre (oz9642) by John Zawiski from Comet 1952 - plan thumbnail

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F-86D Sabre. Free flight scale model.

Quote: "Hi Mary, Happy New Year. Here is another submittal. This is the Comet F-86D Sabre kit R5 (wingspan 13-1/4in). It is a 50% larger version of the Comet F-86D Sabre (oz538) kit N2 (wingspan 8-3/4in) that you already have posted on Outerzone. I had one of these in the 1950s when I was a little kid but didn't get very far with construction. For some time I have been looking for plans of this larger version with no luck but was finally able to snag a kit on eBay. Regards, Mark"

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F-86D Sabre (oz9642) by John Zawiski from Comet 1952 - model pic

  • (oz9642)
    F-86D Sabre
    by John Zawiski
    from Comet (ref:R5)
    13in span
    Scale Glider F/F LowWing Military Fighter
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 02/01/2018
    Filesize: 1243KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: MarkGerber

F-86D Sabre (oz9642) by John Zawiski from Comet 1952 - pic 003.jpg
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Made one of these back in 1961. Cut out the centers of the formers to fit a Jetex 50 outfit in there. I see you have another plan of the same plane by another designer about this size (14") already planned for Jetex.
LarryV - 11/03/2018
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