What does a 'Modern Bombshell' look like?

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  • #78186
    Steve Jensen
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    Anyone have a picture or plans? Is it similar to a Buzzard Bombshell?

    #78187
    Steve Jensen
    Participant

    Never mind, found it in Model Aviation magazine. Completely different design. Interesting Nostalgia plane though.

    #78540
    SIMON BLAKE
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    The 1949 version is now legal for SAM OT competition since SAM moved the cutoff date from 1942 to 1950. It would be a good flier in Class B.

    #78547
    Steve Jensen
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    Here’s the ’49 & ’51 versions.
    MODERN BOMBSHELL

    #78553
    Rudy Kluiber
    Participant

    Ignition shown on the plans ?

    Rudy

    #78554
    Steve Jensen
    Participant

    It’s mentioned in this MA issue- MODERN BOMBSHELL REVISITED

    #78615
    SIMON BLAKE
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    Under the current SAM rules, the ignition doesn’t have to be shown on the plan to fly in SAM events as long as the design is Dec. 31, 1950 or earlier. It’s still required for nostalgia I believe. I was disappointed when they stopped having ignition nostalgia at the Nats as I used to fly that with my Banshee.

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