Skyrocket (oz9897)

 

Skyrocket (oz9897) by J Smits 1942 - plan thumbnail

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Skyrocket. Benzine Motor Modelvlietuig. Wingspan 1400mm.

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

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Skyrocket (oz9897) by J Smits 1942 - model pic

Datafile:
  • (oz9897)
    Skyrocket
    by J Smits
    1942 
    55in span
    IC F/F Parasol
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 06/02/2018
    Filesize: 2229KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: TonyParkinson

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I see the Skyrocket S-33 plan was just uploaded. I have some additional details and 3 photos [more pics 003-005]. I had built one a long time ago with a Bantam 19 engine as per original free flight. One of the photos shows aluminium tube I used as jig to build the fuselage, to be removed afterwards. Skyrocket S-33 dates from 1942. A Dutch petrol engine (3 to 4 cc) design by J. Smits, 1400mm wingspan.
Joost - 19/03/2018
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