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Full Size Printed Peanut Scale Plans BROUSSARD MH 1521 ego-pleasing, fun flier
Full Size Printed Peanut Scale Plans BROUSSARD MH 1521 ego-pleasing, fun flier
Full Size Printed Peanut Scale Plans BROUSSARD MH 1521 ego-pleasing, fun flier
Full Size Printed Peanut Scale Plans BROUSSARD MH 1521 ego-pleasing, fun flier
Full Size Printed Peanut Scale Plans BROUSSARD MH 1521 ego-pleasing, fun flier

Full Size Printed Peanut Scale Plans BROUSSARD MH 1521 ego-pleasing, fun flier

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BROUSSARD MH 1521

The Broussard MH1521 was picked by the author as an ego-pleasing, fun flier, not just another contest Peanut! If you are tired of the same old fare in Peanuts, put a little salt in your diet!

One Full size Printed plan on a 11” x 17” sheet

Three Pages of notes and photos

Peanut Scale

Wingspan 13”

Power Rubber

By STEVE GARDNER

A number of years ago, people built Peanut scale models of all types of fullsize aircraft, even almost unflyable types, because they wanted a model of "that" airplane. They would go ahead and build them anyway because even if they didn't fly too well, they would still have a scale model of a plane that they always wanted to build without spending much time or money. Now you don't see anything but

Peanuts of aircraft that have near-perfect proportions for rubber scale that is, at contests you don't. Some people still build models of what they want instead of what will place in a contest. Bill Hannan is a wonderful example. He designs models of whatever he wants to build. Some of his designs fly competitively, others are just

for fun. The model presented here is an attempt to capture the same flavor that

Mr. Hannan's BO-4 and Aristocrat have. Those Peanuts are tiny-winged delicacies,

and they are my idea of what a Peanut should be. So, if you find time between Lacys to build this model, I hope you like it.

The MH 1521 Broussard was built by a small, French company, Avions Max Holste, between 1952 and 1968. It was, and still is, used by the French army

Thank you for your interest

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