Need Help finding 60's Airplane Plan
If any of you flew single channel planes in the 60’s like I did you might be able to help me with this. I’m looking for the plans or a copy of the plans for an “AERO 7” and AERO 9” airplane. I had both of these planes back then along with the .010/.020 size “AERO LARK”. I still have the Lark plans, but the others are long gone. I’m sure I gave them away. The Lark has a swept back wing (see attached photo), but the 7 and 9 had a mostly straight tapered wing and looked a lot like the Mambo high wings. I don’t remember what happened to my 7, but I lost an almost new Cox .09 on the AERO 9 along with the plane. It about made me cry ! It got way down wind on me at my flying site,and when I got to the area where it was, a group of kids all said they saw it,but no one knew where it went in the housing area next to the field. I looked for days, but never found it and feel sure that some kid had it tucked away neatly in his house by then. I always missed that plane since then and would like to build another one now in my "Old Age" to fly. I have recently bought an almost new Cox .09 for the project. If anyone has plans for these planes they could lend me or sell me, please let me, know. I have included a photo of the LARK plans and company address to go by to jog anyone’s memory of the kit. Sorry for being long winded,
Last edited by bill161; 11-22-2013 at 11:43 AM.
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