Miss Martha. Radio control fun-fly sport model for .40 - .50 power.
Note this is a modern re-drawn plan.
Quote: "You don't have anything on the 'Miss Martha' R/C fun fly model from the 1980s on Outerzone. I created these photos [model photo & more pics 003, 004] & this PDF from sources on the internet when I couldn't find copies of the kit plans. Roughly, it has a 47 inch wing span, uses a two cycle .40-50 size motor & needs a four channel radio. I don't know who designed the Miss Martha or if it was ever kitted. I saw one fly many years ago, I can remember it being really fast for the size motor it used, I think it was a TT .36? & it was really aerobatic. Tight snap rolls, one after the other."
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