FULL SIZE PRINTED PLANS AND ARTICLE
Vintage plan from 1961 Classic Stunt
The Hungarians called this U-control stunt
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLANE IN THE WORLD!
ONE FULL SIZE PLAN on a SHEET 58” x 24”
TWO PAGES of BUILDING NOTES and PHOTOS ( Notes are brief)
by Steve Wooley
From its name to the tip of its tail wheel "Argus" (Greek God of the Sky) represents the author's concept of a functional design combined with pleas¬ing lines to help garner those appear¬ance points so important in present-day contest flying. Argus was acclaimed as the "most beautifully designed and fin¬ished" model at the World Champion¬ships in Hungary by participating con¬testants and all foreign publications.
Argus is a precision aerobatic model that has failed only twice since 1958 to bring home the hardware Probably one of the smallest stunt designs flying today, Argus sports only 500 square inches of wing area and an all-up weight of 39 ounces. So a Fox 29 has no trouble at all in pulling it around, even in windy weather. A torsion bar landing gear guarantees perfect landings every time.