Full Size Printed Plans Semi-Scale 1:30 Twin Power Rubber McDonnell XP-67
Full Size Printed Plan & Building Notes
No materials. Plan only
Full size printed plans on a sheet 30" x 21" 20 lb bond
Five Page Article with building notes and photos
Wingspan 22 ½”
Twin Power Rubber
by Dick Howard's
THE XP-67 was developed in the early 1940s as the McDonnell Aircraft Corporation's in production to aircraft design and construction. Its first flight was in 1944, but poor performance of the two Continental XI-1430-1 engines caused cancellation of the project.
Construction of the model is, by necessity, different from the norm, as it is built on the plan view outline. Trace, photocopy or cut from the plan and glue into position to create the whole outline. My first model used laminated balsa for the outer frame, while the second used 1/16 x 1/8in. strip and 1/16in. sheet balsa. Laminated construction is stronger and lighter but it is more difficult to arrange, for the Moonbat is of complicated shape
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