Engleman Class C Duplex. Rubber stick/cabin model. The plan shows 2 fuselage variants, allows the model to be built both as a stick (tube) and as a cabin design. First published in Model Airplane News, Nov 1940. This here is a later redrawn plan, has been scaled up to fullsize.
Quote: "Designed by Tom Engleman, Santa Anna, California. 32 minutes as stick. 28 minutes as cabin. Fine contest record."
Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.
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Article page. This is just a single page drawing, as originally printed, 1940. There was no further text printed with the plan.
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