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Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt
Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter"  Nostalgic 30 Stunt

Digital full size plans on Cd VINTAGE 1969 F-86D "Sabre Stunter" Nostalgic 30 Stunt

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Digital full size plans on Cd

Not a printed plan and no material supplied

REPRODUCED

F-86D "Sabre Stunter"

Nostalgic 30 Stunt

Digital Full Size Plan prints on a sheet 36" x 50"

Digital Nine Page Article of notes and photos

Digital Files are TIFF, JPEG and PDF

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

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

Wingspan 54"

Engine Fox .35 power

F-86D "Sabre Stunter"

by Bob Lampione

   1st in Open Stunt at the 1969 Nationals: a Semi-Scale Controline design inspired by the Air Force "Thunderbirds."

The construction and overall detail of how to build the "Sabre"is tailored toward the modeler who might be building his first built up ship or ready for his first good finish. When you are building, keep one thing in mind: "a well built airplane usual- ly flies well, a poorly built one—not so hot." Trim problems you don't need.

   My F-86D "Sabre Stunter" was designed with one thought in mind.— The 1969 Nationals—to be held in Willow Grove the following summer. Having just completed the 1968 contest season in the New York, New England area, the need for a new ship existed and work began with letters to North American Aviation for details on the F-86D and to the Air Force "Thunderbirds."By using the appearance of the "D" combined with the paint scheme of the "Thunderbirds" I felt that this filled the bill for a Nationals airplane: giving a striking appearance both in the air and on the ground, along with a pleasing profile

Thank you for your interest

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