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Full Size Plans VINTAGE 1967 Semi-Scale Control line ‘ME-262’  a realistic tighter look, why not build one?
Full Size Plans VINTAGE 1967 Semi-Scale Control line ‘ME-262’  a realistic tighter look, why not build one?
Full Size Plans VINTAGE 1967 Semi-Scale Control line ‘ME-262’  a realistic tighter look, why not build one?
Full Size Plans VINTAGE 1967 Semi-Scale Control line ‘ME-262’  a realistic tighter look, why not build one?
Full Size Plans VINTAGE 1967 Semi-Scale Control line ‘ME-262’  a realistic tighter look, why not build one?
Full Size Plans VINTAGE 1967 Semi-Scale Control line ‘ME-262’  a realistic tighter look, why not build one?

Full Size Plans VINTAGE 1967 Semi-Scale Control line ‘ME-262’ a realistic tighter look, why not build one?

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REPRODUCED VINTAGE PLAN FROM 1967

‘ME-262’ STUNTER

FULL SIZE PLAN on a SHEET 41 ” x 28”

Four PAGES of PHOTOS and CONSTRUCTION NOTES

NOTE: FOR INTERMEDIATE and EXPERIENCED BUILDERS

Semi-Scale Control line

54 1/2" wingspan

Engine Fox .35

by James R. Vornholt

 This semi-scale stunt model may be built as the "262A" bubble canopy version or as the 262B turtle deck version as shown on plans. So, if you like semi-scale type stunter with a realistic tighter look, why not build one?

  First of the turbojet powered air­craft to achieve operational status, the "ME.262A" (single seat fighter) en­tered combat with the German Luft­waffe in August of 1944. Converted from its fighter configuration to that of a bomber as a result of Hitler's direct orders, the "262A" carried a bomb load of 2,200 lbs. Powered by two 1,960 lb. thrust Jumbo 004B turbojets, the "262A" waas capable of approxi­mately 522 mph, which was the fastest fighter in World War lI.

The "ME 262B" all-weather fighter and two-seat trainer was adapted to carry the new Fug 218 radar, as was as additional radio and communica­tions equipment. Perfection of the airborne radar system proved highly successful, despite its vulnerability to window-jamming counter measures by the Allied Air Forces.  

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