Full size Printed Plans Control Line Scale 1:16 ME110 details and markings on the plans are based on a full-size
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Full size Printed Plans & Article
Not a KIT or MODEL No Material
Reproduced Vintage Plan From 1958
Full size printed plans on a 75” x 24 and 30” x 22” sheets
Four page article with building notes and photos
Scale 1:16 (¾” = 1ft)
Engines Two .14 - .23
Modeled by Walter Musciano
Any two glow plug or diesel engines from .14 to .29 cubic inch displacement can be installed in this model which is built to a scale of 3/4" equals 1foot Ample wing area with the fairly thick airfoil section generates plenty of lift enabling the model to take a superior finish without fear of ruining the performance because of excessive weight.
The details and markings on the plans are based on a full-size Me. 110 that crash landed early in World War Two and was then sent to the United States for design study by aeronautical engineers.
Messerschmitt's little publicized Me. 110 played an important part in the striking power of the Luftwaffe throughout World War Two. This multipurpose fighter, used on every front from Africa to Russia, proved its versatility as an escort fighter, penetration fighter, night fighter, reconnaissance fighter even as an interceptor. Contrary to popular opinion the Me. 110 was not designed as a fighter‑bomber although detachable bomb racks could be fitted to the underside of the wing outboard of the radiatom if necessary.