Full size printed plans Peanut Scale "GENERAL WESTERN P-2-S METEOR" Here's a model that should fly well no matter what size you build it.
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GENERAL WESTERN P-2-S METEOR
So after you finish this peanut version, why not blow the plans up to the old Jumbo size?
Full size printed plan on a sheet 11” x 17”
Three page article with building notes and photos
By AL LlDBERG
Born in Burbank, California, in 1930, the General Western P-2-S Meteor is a rare but nicely proportioned plane which did not survive the depression. It carries the lines of that short-lived breed, the sport parasol. Only 6 planes were constructed, so it is not too surprising to learn that none have survived. The Meteor makes a fine model subject and an especially fine Peanut scale project. Each plane carried the Kinner K-5, so we have a chance to model a simple radial engine which does not require a great amount of time, but adds so much to the model.
Construction of the Meteor is fairly conventional, but there are a few opportunities to tryout some new methods and materials.