Full size printed plan Found FC 100 Scale 1:12 (1”=1ft) Wind span 38” Power Rubber


Full size printed plan and Building notes

Rubber Scale

Found FC 100

Full size printed plans on a sheet 32” x 24 20lb bond

Two page article with building notes and photo

Scale 1:12 (1”=1ft)

Wind span 38”

Power Rubber

Rob Presnell's

Construction is straightforward. Identical sides are built one on top of the other and carefully aligned via formers and spacers

  THIS MODEL was originally enlarged three times from a Walt Mooney Peanut plan. Actually, the whole thing was started very much on the spur of the moment. The plan was drawn, and the fuselage sides built, in one evening. That's how it stayed while I sought more information. Much help came from David Boddington's R/C plan of the same aircraft (presented as a fullsize plan in a 1984 issue of Radio Control Scale Aircraft Quarterly).

Within a week the airframe was complete. A true Fun Scale model, the FC 100 has been built with minimal reference to full-size detailing, but it's a fine performer, and when decorated in red and white looks quite delightful when airborne against a blue sky. You remember blue skies?

Thank you for your interest Rose

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