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Old 05-30-2008, 05:38 AM
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Ikon N'West offers a 1/4 scale Mr. Mulligan kit - 95" WS, 18-20 lbs.

http://www.ikonnwst.com/
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I'm building a Bud Nosen 108 in. Mr Mulligon but i'm missing the fuselage plans. Can anyone help an old man.
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Argg...sorry. I gave my Mulligan away, along with the plans and instruction sheet.
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I know there's a guy on ebay who has the nosen mr. mulligan plans for sale.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Giant-1-4-Sc...item53fd627742

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I have them scanned, I'll send you a digital copy that you can download
and have printed. Will do that when I get home this evening...
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Looks like the STERLING ukie kit.

I'd say that if there are two wires hooked to a bellcrank, then it's definitely a STERLING kit!



I have the Mulligan and the Monocoupe kits, NIB from my preteen years, LOL. Always wanted to scale them up to RC...

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Originally Posted by rchawk73
I'm building a Bud Nosen 108 in. Mr Mulligon but i'm missing the fuselage plans. Can anyone help an old man.
I had the original Mulligan and it was a BEAST! I still have the cowling....half wood and half ABS along with the rocker covers.
My point is, the original plans have a ton of detail that can be updated and IMPROVED upon. Materials and adhesives have come light years from when these planes were kitted!

My 1st suggestion would be to incorporate the wing center section into the top of the cabin and use aluminum wing tubes to join the TWO wing halves! A one piece wing at this size is more a surfboard to transport than a model wing, lol.
The whole point being to make this as fun to fly as to dis-assemble and transport. Mine was an absolute bear...and HEAVY too. Choose your wood carefully, looking for density that compliments its usage and placement.
Balsa USA and Lone Star Balsa are the only places I know that have select grades to choose from. I'm sure there are lots others, tho.

The wheel pants are fairly common shape and should be available from suppliers. The cowling can be made from all balsa but again, Fiberglass Specialties should have a replacement.

I have two rolled sets of plans and I've been messin' with them for over 3 years, attempting to re-invent the wheel, lol

Carbon fiber, fiberglass and epoxy sheeting are all candidates for building a lighter, more agile flyer.

I'm just sayin'


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What a great airplane though, I wish I would see more planes like this at the field.

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