by John Lamble
Tags: Scale IC F/F LowWing Civil
all formers complete :)
Dart Kitten - free flight 1/12 scale model of the ultralight plane. 32in wingspan for a .75cc motor. January 1953 Aeromodeller.
Quote: - "Scaled at 1 inch to 1 foot, for his old1947 Amco .87cc, the Kitten makes up into a sweet little machine of 32inch span with a very lively performance... incidentally the model was made entirely out of the contents of a scrap box."
Update 27/07/2013: Replaced this plan with a much clearer modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format, thanks to hogal. The original unfinished raster version (hatched background) is still available as a supplement file.
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