Advanced Cambered Wing Tractor by: Carl Goldberg (Chicago Park District handbook)

Advanced Cambered Wing Tractor

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Advanced Cambered Wing Tractor [0.00 points]

DesignerCarl Goldberg
PublisherChicago Park District handbook
Wingspan35in.
File size73KB
FormatPDFbitmap
CreditDuPageJoe
CategoriesRubber, F/F
Download AvailableYes

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About the Advanced Cambered Wing Tractor:

Goldberg Advanced Tractor -. Quote: Here are plans for a 150 sq inch indoor microfilm covered tractor by the great Carl Goldberg published in a Chicago Park District handbook from 1938. I got it as a...

This plan was online at December 19, 2012 in: http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showpost.php?p=23560844&postcount=779

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