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Unknown Bi-plane

Old 08-10-2003, 02:15 AM
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Default Unknown Bi-plane

I also have a bi-plane that was given to me buy a friend that found it in the garbage.It has red wings and a white fuse,on the top wing it has a decal (4-40)and on the vertical stab has one that says (Ace-RC).Can someone tell me any info on what brand this plane is,and if they have plans for it?
Thanks again for your help.Luis
Old 08-10-2003, 01:05 PM
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There were several similar designs in this series as produced by Ace R/C of Higginsville Mo. Beginning in the early 1980's it consisted of the 4-20, 4-40, 4-60, 4-120 to the 4-40 bipe. They were marketed as being from Cap'n Eddy's Sport Squadron. The bipe was designed by D.B. Mathews has a span of about 48" on top and 43" below and has a semi-symetrical wing section. It is set up for a .35 glow engine and four channel radio equipment and used to retail about $75.

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