Full size Printed Plans Scale 1:8 Control Line sport or stunt PITTS SPECIAL
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Full size Printed Plans & Article
Not a KIT or MODEL No Material
Reproduced Vintage Plan From 1950
Build your own flying model of the beautiful airplane.
Full size printed plan on a 36” x 32” sheet
Six page article with building notes and photos
Scale 1 ½” = 1’
Wingspan 25 ½”
Engines .19 - .33
by Walter Musciano
BETTY SKELTON'S brilliantly decorated tiny aerobatic biplane is one plane that model builders will find hard to pass up. Besides its obvious good looks, our model is easy to build and handles beautifully at the end of 40' lines. The beginner will find construction very elementary while the more advanced modeler will enjoy decorating the model to perfection. This potential Beauty Event winner can accommodate engines from .19 to .33 cu. in. displacement, and although we used a Bantam .19, there is plenty of room in this 1-1/2" to the foot scale model for larger engines. The prototype model weighed 17-1/2 oz. ready to fly and was built for sport flying; however, it was evident from the very first flight that the addition of a stunt tank and a symmetrical airfoil 'would create a super scale stuntster. Now let's get to work on this 190 sq. in. replica of the plane flown by the Feminine International Aerobatic Champion.