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Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1959 Control Line Stunter “PRINCESS” reputation for smooth flying on low power
Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1959 Control Line Stunter “PRINCESS” reputation for smooth flying on low power
Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1959 Control Line Stunter “PRINCESS” reputation for smooth flying on low power

Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1959 Control Line Stunter “PRINCESS” reputation for smooth flying on low power

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Digital full size plans on Cd

Not a printed plan and no material supplied

Super-detailed plans for this elegant design which has an enviable reputation for smooth flying on low power

“PRINCESS”

on a 47” x 29” sheet

Digital Two page article with build 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

Wingspan34”

Engine .06 to .15

BY GORDON CORNELL

"PRINCESS" is one of the most advanced small stunt designs to date, and has been developed through a series of designs capable of completing the S.M.A.E. Stunt Schedule. The plans show the very latest version as flown in the World Championships at Brussels, 1958, where it earned plaudits for very smooth performance with such a comparatively small engine as the Frog 150. Whilst its appearance might suggest a difficult model to build its construction is relatively simple making it eminently suitable for the intermediate modeller and since the plans are very comprehensive let's get down to the facts that will make your model a success.

Almost any 1 to 2·5 c.c. engine is suitable the originals have been powered by the new Frog 150R and a K & B15. If you choose to use 1 c.c. keep the weight down to approximately I3 oz. The tank may appear unconven­tional but it is theoretically correct; when a few more modellers use this type we will see far less overruns due to the engine leaning out it gives most consistent feed in flight.

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