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TIGER MOTH 82-A
Here's a classic WW-I fighter to add to your Peanut collection that can be built under 6-1/2 grams.
Full size printed plan on a sheet 11” x 17”
Two page article with building notes and photos
By HOBY CLAY
The D.H. 82 was the next generation development of the D.H. 60 Gipsy Moth, and first flew in 1931, using the inverted in-line air-cooled Gipsy 11 engine. The airplane was the primary trainer for the British and Canadian Royal Air Forces, as well as a number of other European and Middle East countries, throughout World War 11. Thousands were built using the Gipsy Moth 130 hp and 145 hp and Menasco Pirate 125 hp engines, and many are still flying.
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