Chimbo III (oz9649)
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Chimbo III - Beginner's towline glider model.
Quote: "Hello again: I have found some more plans and as you digitalize them I will send them along with some more photos to share [model photo & more pics 003-005]. In this case, I sent you an elementary model of school model called Chimbo III was designed by José Gogorcena Anzoategui well known in the field of Circular Flight in the mode of speed and pulsejet and team racing also in free flight power. He was for many years the Head of the Central Aeromodelling School of the Spanish Air Force and on several occasions a member of the National Teams of F2."
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User commentsYou have published the plans of the Chimbo OZ 9649, but nothing of its author, so I'm sending you some historic photos of our beloved aeromodelling professor, José Gogorcena Anzoategui, designer of many models. They may wake up memories among the most veteran European aeromodellers. Foto 1 1952: left to right Batllo, Gogorcena & Illan, standing up Severo Brusel. Foto 2: Gogorcena in Avión magazine. Foto 3 Gogorcena in the "San Isidro" contest, 1952 [more pics 006-008].
Pajariperro - 16/01/2018
Added two fantastic photos of the Chimbo III, thanks to Pajariperro & SAM Chapter 71 [more pics 009, 010].
Mary - 29/12/2018
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