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Douglas DC-3 I am currently building a Radio controlled Douglas Dc-3 airplane. I made the drawings for this using Adobe Illustrator and started the construction process over a year ago. I hope to finish building the plane
Progress on the DC-3 has been slow but sure. The rudder is built and ready for final finishing before it is installed onto the fuselage. The DC-3 rudder is unique because the hing location is inward from the leading edge of
DC-3 Fuselage & Wing Center Section
It has been a while since I posted anything on my Douglas DC-3 progress. The foam fuselage has been completely assembled and the two main halves have been joined together. After more sanding it was fiberglassed using 1 ou
DC-3 Outer Wing Section
DC-3 Foam Cores Another update on the DC-3. The outer wing section has been made which now brings the DC-3 wingspan to a total of about 86″ (over 7 feet). Foam cores were cut using the same airfoil profile I us
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3-View Drawings for the DC-3 Project
DC-3 3-Views Scratch building an RC airplane is a lot of fun and very rewarding. This DC-3 Project has been a great learning experience for me. I have scratch built a couple of aircraft from Mark Rittinger plans and they a
Douglas DC-3 Retractable Landing Gear
Douglas DC-3 Retractable Landing Gear My scratch built Radio Controlled Douglas DC-3 is in progress and I am currently working on the cowls for the 86" wingspan transport/airliner. Usually, when a modeler uses retractable ge
DC-3 Nacelles & Foam Sanding
Each of my DC-3 nacelle boxes are designed to house the landing gear, servo and speed control. Once assembled, the boxes are then mounted onto the wings. Then foam is glued on each of the 4 sides and then shaped to look like
DC-3 Engine Cowls – Taming the Top Flite Accessory
Old DC-3 Sitting Along Side Chino,CA Airport Real DC-3 airplanes are powered by two Wright R-1820 Cyclone radial piston engines. The radio controlled model I am building is powered by two E-Flite Power 15 electric motors ho
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Successful DC-3 Test Hop Finally Takes Place!
DC-3 Test Hop – She Flies! My scratch built DC-3 Test Hop finally happened. My radio controlled airplane made a (more or less) noneventful taxi test hop before I put the finishing touches on her. The aircraft is a b