Junior Endurance (oz9907)


Junior Endurance (oz9907) 1935 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

Junior Endurance. Rubber sport competition model. Wing area 48 sq in.

Quote: "A scientifically designed modern type commercial."

Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.

ref DBHL-5849.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Planfile includes full build instructions.

Quote: "The printed parts furnished in the kit are exact as to size for the parts they were intended. Cut them carefully just outside the line, and snadpaper down to the centre of the line. As a mode of keeping the model neat, just before the covering is put on, sand all printing off the wood.

The fuselage is constructed entirely from 1/16 square medium hard balsa. Build two fuselage sides first, then connect them together at top and bottom with the crossbraces, which set at points marked 'X' on the side view. Use just enough cement to make a clean joint at each contact point..."


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Junior Endurance (oz9907) 1935 - model pic

  • (oz9907)
    Junior Endurance
    from Peerless
    18in span
    Rubber F/F Kit
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 01/03/2018
    Filesize: 314KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: DBHL, theshadow
    Downloads: 748

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User comments

I want to say "Thank You" for posting the Peerless Junior Endurance. I bought a redrawn plan of it from Model Builder circa 1975. Several houses later I have no idea where that plan is. I now have the image from Outerzone and hope to build it. Additionally, I've been wondering for years how to pronounce Keil-Kraft. Millions of you English modelers must know that, but I don't! "Keel," "Kyle," or some other pronunciation? I hope someone there can help me out.
PatJupiter - 27/03/2018
Hi Pat - in this house we pronounce it "Keel" but that may not be correct! Does anyone out there have a definitive answer for Pat?
Mary - 27/03/2018
Mary, Here is a photo of our Peerless Junior Endurance [main pic]. This is a great flying model! Covering is domestic white and pink tissue. Prop is 8" in diameter. Power is one loop of 3/16" rubber. Hope you can use it, Linda and Randy,
TeamWrisley - 13/01/2022
Looked it up, Keil is Germanic and pronounced Kyle, although the computer came up with 30 different pronunciations. Maybe in the UK it's pronounced different due to past history with the Germans. Always wondered myself.
Douglas Babb - 13/01/2022
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