This is a great Hobby Helpers control line plan which has all the building instructions and a BOM printed right there on the plan. I do NOT recommend this plan for RC conversion.
HISTORY: Affectionately nicknamed "Jug," the P-47 was one of the most famous AAF fighter planes of WW II. Although originally conceived as a lightweight interceptor, the P-47 developed as a heavyweight fighter and made its first flight on May 6, 1941. The first production model was delivered to the AAF in March 1942, and in April 1943 the Thunderbolt flew its first combat mission--a sweep over Western Europe. Used as both a high-altitude escort fighter and a low-level fighter-bomber, the P-47 quickly gained a reputation for ruggedness. Its sturdy construction and air-cooled radial engine enabled the Thunderbolt to absorb severe battle damage and keep flying. During WW II, the P-47 served in almost every active war theater and in the forces of several Allied nations. By the end of WW II, more than 15,600 Thunderbolts had been built.
Production P-47B, -C, early -D and -G series aircraft were built with metal-framed "greenhouse" type cockpit canopies. Late -D series (dash 25 and later) aircraft and all -M and -N series production aircraft were given clear "bubble" canopies, which gave the pilot improved rearward vision.
I have provided a close up color scanned picture of this plan for you to examine so that you may rest assured that my work & this item is of the highest quality. Plans are so clean and clear, that they are worth shouting about! That is the bottom part of the BOM that you can read on the close up scan.
S.E. 5 Line Control Plan
Wing span 28". Three different engine installations shown. The informative magazine article is included.
I have provided a close up color scanned picture of the engines for you to examine so that you may rest assured that my work & this item is of the highest quality in the milky way.
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Bf 110 plans, Night Fighter
This is a Super Cool Hobby Helpers control line plan. I do NOT recommend this plan for RC conversion. The 2 magazine articles, which includes a BOM is included.
Wing span 39". Wing area 227 sq. in. Length 30". Power; 2 - .15 to .19 engines. Plans printed on 2 sheets.
Easy Build plans; Use the bottom pattern to produce the bottom piece of the fuselage. Pencil in the formers positions and tack in the formers. Attach the sides. And Presto, the fuselage is dang near half way done! Yeehaaaaa!
As you can clearly see, this plan is no "crappy copy" of a picture of a plan from an old magazine but is a real genuine Uncle Willies masterpiece.
Files $10.00 or one pizza delivered!
I have provided a close up color scanned picture of this plan for you to examine so that you may rest assured that my work & this item is of the highest quality. Even Mr. Magoo can see the high quality of the printed instrument panels on the plan. Clouds???
It is with great pride that I introduce my Hobby Helpers scale Consolidated B-24 Liberator Bomber. This is a builders dream come true.
BIG 69" wing span. 42" length. Power: 2 or 4 - .10 to .20 engines. Very nice Control Line plans.
HISTORY: With over 18,000 aircraft built the Consolidated B-24 Liberator was produced in even greater numbers than the other famous Second World War US bomber, the B-17 Flying Fortress. The Liberator gained a distinguished war record with its operations in the European, Pacific, African and Middle Eastern theaters. One of its main virtues was a long operating range, which led to it being used also for other duties including maritime patrol, antisubmarine work, reconnaissance, tanker, cargo and personnel transport. Winston Churchill used one as his own transport aircraft.
This is high resolution TIF file containing 200 x 200 dots per inch.
The file will print a plan 36" x 94".
Early in the war, the Consolidated B-24 Liberator was fitted with a hibachi.
If your like me, your plane is NEVER done till your decals are on.
She is like a beautiful woman. She is not ready till she is finished picking out her jewelry.
You plane is the same way. Just another plane Jane at the field until you have added those decals who scream out loud "LOOK AT ME", I'm no stinking ARF.
That's why I was excited to have Charles contact me.
Charles still scratch builds with 55 years of modeling and 35 years in General Aviation.