How to Build and Fly a Vought-Corsair (RCL#1574)

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"After the Corsair is completely assembled, it should be tested by gliding until a perfect glide of about six feet has obtained. The model can then be wound up by releasing the motor stick and having one boy hold the propeller end."

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How to Build and Fly a Vought-Corsair
Thomas L. Bulger
National Glider and Airplane News, New York
1930
Book, 16 pages

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About this title

How to Build Model Airplanes, Number 1
Published c. 1930
Edited by Lieut. Emanuele Stieri

Complete full size plans and directions for a flying model of the Vought-Corsair, "The Pride of the Navy."


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How to Build and Fly a Vought-Corsair
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