Full Size Printed Plan From 1964 1/2A CONTEST WINNING FREE Flightier URANUS

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Full Size Printed Plan & Building Notes

No materials. Plan only

URANUS

From 1964

1/2A CONTEST WINNING FREE Flightier APTLY NAMED FOR THE GOD WHO WAS THE PERSONIFICATION OF HEAVEN AS THIS IS THE ONE PLACE THAT IT HEADS FOR.

Full Size Plans Printed on a 34” x 24” Sheet

Four page article with building notes and photos

Free Flight

Wingspan 46”

Engine .049

by OSCAR MAYES

 The Uranus is a high performance contest aircraft designed by and intended for the serious free flightier. The construction is fairly simple and any average modeler can manage it. Trimming must be precise and gradual. If you are inexperienced but have flown some free flight, the Uranus will offer you a thrilling challenge and reward; as it is a very stable and exceptionally fast model. At the end of the 1962 contest season, the Uranus was conceived; when we realized that in order to compete with the high caliber ships brought about by the new rules, it would be necessary to have a design that would climb very well and still have a slow flat glide. To obtain this, we decided on a wing area of approximately 275 square inches, an airplane with little or no frontal resistance

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