This listing is for Full Size Printed Plans
This relatively little known 1930 French light plane makes a great flying Peanut The full size plan includes a three-view for scale documentation
One Full size Printed plan on an 11” x 17” sheet
Three Pages of notes and photos
By Carl Hedley
The Farman 400 was a three-place touring airplane of all wood construction powered by a 120~horsepower inverted four cylinder Renault motor. The simple slab sided fuselage is easy to build. The tapered wing makes it look good and has a decent amount of area. The nose and tail moment arms are about. right. It's a good subject for peanut scale ... 'obscure enough to be a novelty, easy to construct and a good flier. What's not to like?
The plans, as presented, should hope- fully cover any questions on construction.
Thank you for your interest