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Old Apr 19, 2011, 06:03 PM
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Cessna CW-6 ??

Any plans available for this Cessna?....the Cessna CW-6 c.1929.

Thanks everyone for all the great posts!

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Old Apr 19, 2011, 06:12 PM
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Hi Aeromeddler

Your PDF of the Auster Ambulance is much better than my poor attempts at scans and then 'fix-ups' using a freeware program I have (Paint.NET). Thanks much
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Old Apr 19, 2011, 06:39 PM
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Nice plan...I remember this one by Captain Millani from years back, an exercise in super scale modelling...don't suppose you have a better res scan...say 300dpi?

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Dornier Do 125 May 1953 Aeromodeller. Unfortunately not a issue I have. Suspect scan came from Zoe Quilter/Colin Usher siite. Although scan from that site is 178 dpi they have reduced the page size to reduce the file size so software increase to full size not possible. Can anyone confirm span was 44"
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Old Apr 19, 2011, 06:49 PM
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Any plans available for this Cessna?....the Cessna CW-6 c.1929.

Thanks everyone for all the great posts!

CT
Check the plan index post 3121 page 209

Squadron of Cessna`s here post 135 page 9
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Old Apr 19, 2011, 06:55 PM
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Dornier Do 125 May 1953 Aeromodeller
Think that should be Dornier Do 215 May 1956 Aeromodeller

Yes, span is 44"

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Old Apr 20, 2011, 12:26 AM
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Aint It Grand

"OK now to make amends I had better post some WWII to keep Swankee happy"

Aeromeddeler, Your Awesome

Your Gonna keep me, Bridon and a great many other folks happy for a long time.
Have a great day my friend.
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Old Apr 20, 2011, 04:01 AM
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After swamping poor old Scaleviews with PDF`s of Jimmie Allens Bluebird Did not realise circlip`s post was the plan alone.
Duplicates don't matter Aeromeddler, we're all here to help, better this way than that exhibited (Not) by the boating fraternity.

Sadly, one of the major plan suppliers in the UK have "Lost" many designs over the years so this resourse must be viewed as an asset.

Retgards Ian.
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Old Apr 20, 2011, 04:54 AM
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Northrop Gamma GHQ

A 36" span Northrop Gamma by GHQ Model Airplane Co. 1934. Has any one seen plans for an Alpha?
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Old Apr 20, 2011, 10:21 AM
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Old Apr 20, 2011, 12:00 PM
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Some of these are little more than 3 views, but could be useable to develop the parts or plans.And for a little bonus, the plan for the Pied Piper also has a blast from the past, a Conrad Conrod cartoon.
Maybe just for achange of pace, when I get back home in a couple weeks, I'll send up a couple Fixit Wrights.
As far as why the clippings, back before I joined the USAF in 64, mom was getting concerned about the stacks of model airplane and model train magazines filling my room, so I started clipping pages and pasting the clippings into notebooks. Got rid of a lot of extraneous advertising, but also got rid of a lot of texts and some interesting pictures, like a photo of I forget now, John Glen or Wally Schirra, with the caption "We expect to see great things from this young gentleman!" from sometime in the early 50s, or the picture of a Blue Angels F-11-F with an RC pattern plane sticking out of the side. I forget who the RC pilot was now, but I'm pretty sure he's in the AMA Hall of Fame (Yes, fame, not shame)
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Old Apr 20, 2011, 12:29 PM
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Boy, my son's computer is about twice as fast as mine. Here's a few more.

I miss those old Flying Models, where they's have a page or 3 of full sized parts, and the plan drawing was often in a proportion where you could measure a feature and multiply by a nice whole number, like 3, 4, or 5, and get the full size dimension, or the plan had a useablle scle printed right on it you could measure from. Even MAN sometimes would have full size plans for small control line or gliders.

I liked the Li'l PT. It was in one of the MAN Annuals. I built and flew at least 5. Wore (or burned)out at least one Babe Bee .049 with them. That was back in the days when you could fly all day in a local school parking lot, without anybody complaining..
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Old Apr 20, 2011, 12:51 PM
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Just for a little change of pace from all the CL, (I still have about 47 to upload) some Gliders? Simple, inexpensive, good workout capability (on a contest day, I've walked as much as 8 miles cross country), and just plane fun! These are for catapault, just for those like me have a shoulder tha complains when you start to throw something.
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Old Apr 20, 2011, 01:36 PM
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Still looking....Cessna CW-6 ??

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Check the plan index post 3121 page 209

Squadron of Cessna`s here post 135 page 9


Thanks but I do not see a plan for the Cessna CW-6 listed.

"The Cessna Model CW-6 was a 1920s American six-seat touring aircraft....."

Anyone?
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Old Apr 20, 2011, 01:45 PM
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Aeronca C3 plans

I know they are not necessarily Old-Timer plans, but I am in need of a set of plans for the Joy 6 ft Aeronca C3. Anyone have an old, condition not important, set of plans?

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