Full Size Printed Peanut Scale Plans B.A.T. BABOON its name is unforgettable?
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What better reason to pick a subject for a Peanut, than the fact that
One Full size Printed plan on a 11” x 17” sheet
Three Pages of notes and photos
BY WALT MOONEY
The Baboon must have been designed by a modeler lots of wing area (48 square inches!). simple lines. long tail moment.
In 1918, the British Aerial Transport Company constructed their Type F.K. 24 ("F.K." for Frederick Koolhoven) and gave it the name of "Baboon." The basic design was meant to be a trainer that was simple to build, rig and maintain.
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