Vintage 18" Curtiss Condor Model Airplane - Start to Finish & First Flights

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Film shows the building process of the rubber-powered free-flight model of the 1929 Curtiss Condor, along with her first trim flights at Wawayanda, NY on 9.8.20. The National Model Aircraft & Supply Co. produced the kit in 1932, and sold it for $1.00. My late father would have been 11 years old at the time, and probably could not have afforded this model. But I know he would have enjoyed seeing her fly, so I am building the Condor in his honor & memory.

18" Curtiss Condor plan: http://www.hallmanstudio.com/Condor_plan.pdf
Wing jig plan for biplanes: http://www.hallmanstudio.com/Wing_jig.pdf

Photos and film by Tom Hallman & Pete Kaiteris.
Music from www.motionarray.com
For more info on free-flight rubber-powered models, check these websites:
http://www.easybuiltmodels.com/
http://www.volareproducts.com/BUY/
http://www.flyingacesclub.com
Outerzone - https://outerzone.co.uk/index.asp
National Free Flight Society - https://freeflight.org/
Mike Stuart's Flying Scale Models - http://www.ffscale.co.uk/
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Rubber Powered Planes
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