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Digital full size plans on Cd CONTROL LINE Strathmoor "Detroit" design STUNTER  WINGSPAN 56”  ENGINE .29 to .35  By ROLLAND McDONALD
Digital full size plans on Cd CONTROL LINE Strathmoor "Detroit" design STUNTER  WINGSPAN 56”  ENGINE .29 to .35  By ROLLAND McDONALD
Digital full size plans on Cd CONTROL LINE Strathmoor "Detroit" design STUNTER  WINGSPAN 56”  ENGINE .29 to .35  By ROLLAND McDONALD
Digital full size plans on Cd CONTROL LINE Strathmoor "Detroit" design STUNTER  WINGSPAN 56”  ENGINE .29 to .35  By ROLLAND McDONALD
Digital full size plans on Cd CONTROL LINE Strathmoor "Detroit" design STUNTER  WINGSPAN 56”  ENGINE .29 to .35  By ROLLAND McDONALD

Digital full size plans on Cd CONTROL LINE Strathmoor "Detroit" design STUNTER WINGSPAN 56” ENGINE .29 to .35 By ROLLAND McDONALD

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Digital full size plans on Cd

Not a printed plan and no material supplied

Vintage Plan From 1959

Strathmoor "Detroit" design

The Strathmoor is the most famous of the stunters in the Motor City. These aircraft took more places at the Nats than any others.

Digital Full Size Plan prints on a sheet 42” x 30”

Digital Three page article with building notes

Digital Files are TIFF, JPEG and PDF

Printing………..MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE

 …………………………ALSO INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING AT HOME

CONTROL LINE STUNTER

WINGSPAN 56”

ENGINE .29 to .35

By ROLLAND McDONALD

The is an airplane designed to meet the needs of the contest stunt flier who is out to get those few extra appearance points which can make all the difference in today's tough competition. Let's face it. There isn't a stunt flier

in the country that is outstanding enough that he doesn't need every point he can get. In the Strathmoor, you have an airplane which has been undergoing constant development and improvement since 1952, when I built the first of its type. In this time the Strathmoor has been a consistent winner for me, failing to take home a trophy only twice in the past seven years. Besides having held several Michigan and Indiana state championships, it has taken two seconds('54 and '58), and a fourth ('57) in three tries at the Nationals. As some people reading this will know, the Strathmoor is what has become widely known as a "Detroit" design.

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