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Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1978 Control Line stunter F4U Corsair  turns in an able performance
Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1978 Control Line stunter F4U Corsair  turns in an able performance
Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1978 Control Line stunter F4U Corsair  turns in an able performance
Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1978 Control Line stunter F4U Corsair  turns in an able performance
Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1978 Control Line stunter F4U Corsair  turns in an able performance
Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1978 Control Line stunter F4U Corsair  turns in an able performance
Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1978 Control Line stunter F4U Corsair  turns in an able performance

Digital full size plans on Cd Vintage 1978 Control Line stunter F4U Corsair turns in an able performance

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Digital full size plans on Cd

Not a printed plan and no material supplied

Reproduced Vintage Plan from 1978

F4U Corsair

Control Line stunter

Time to be daring and deviate a bit from the accepted stunt control line planform the inverted gull Chance Vought Corsair inspired this one,

Digital Full Size Plan prints on a sheet 51” x 36”

Digital Four 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

58" Wingspan

Engine .46 +

By Jack Sheeks

   As for this model, a Stunt Control line inspired by the prototype, old Pappy would be pleased with it as it will still fly with the best of them. The ship is a bit large and bulky, in keeping with this designer's frame, yet it has a distinctive character all its awn and the more you see it the more you'll like it. Since this ship has come into existence it has fired up a few furnaces and proven once again that Stunt ships are like Stunt flyers, they are not all shaped alike and don't have to be machines.

   The fuselage is somewhat close to scale as we took pictures of a set of 3-views, set up the drawing board in the family room, trotted to the kitchen to show our labor. Of course some smart aleck put some slides in that were not in keeping with the theme, but those beach shots can surely take minds off building models for a while. Once the lines were on the paper to indicate where the moment arms would be, 'we aligned the picture and drew in the intended outlines of the airceaft. After getting all the various sections of the ship drawn, we started figuring in the actual structure and changes necessary to have a good Stunter.

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