Printed Plan Vintage 1963 FREE-FLIGHT 1/2A CELESTIAN set a National record,
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Vintage From 1963
Remarkable go-go-go job has racked up many wins, averages 4 ½ minutes on 20 second run in dead air
Full size printed plan on a sheet 38” x 34”
Three page article with building notes
FREE-FLIGHT WITH WINNING WAYS:
Engine .049 to .051
BY ALBERT KRAMER
The Celestian is very simple. The plane should turn out very light for its size if careful attention is given to the wood used.
Even though Celestian has the best features of today's popular contest planes, it is still completely original. It is very easy to build, having a square wing with an under cambered airfoil. Power is supplied by a Cox T.D 049 or .051 swinging a Top Flite 5-4 nylon prop. Cox racing fuel is used in all flights.