Here's a greta project for the scale builders. This Lockheed C-130 Hercules was originally designed in the 1950's by Lockheed employee Hank Edwards. The original design was for a control line aircraft powered with two x .19 sized engines, and then to be converted to 4 x .09 engines.
This plan would make a great conversion to RC for the enthusiastic builder, and with modern brushless power you would end up with a reliable four engine scale aircraft.
At Hangar One we are pleased to be able to offer a quality plan printing service up to A0+ / 1071mm wide. We have a selection of classic plans of popular aircraft available for you to browse and print. All of our plans are in the Public Domain, so your only cost is for the printing service.
- Wingspan: 64 Inch / 1625mmmm
- Number of channels: N/A Control Line
- Recommended engine size: 2 x 0.19 or 4 x .09
- Number of sheets: 2
- Includes original construction article