Cessna 150 3-View
May 1959 Model
Aviation News Bulletin
venerable Cessna 150 first came on the scene in 1958. Per Wikipedia, "The
150 is a two-seat tricycle gear general aviation airplane, that was
designed for flight training, touring and personal use. The Cessna 150 is
the fourth most produced civilian plane ever, with 23,839 aircraft produced.
The Cessna 150 was offered for sale in the 150 basic model, Commuter, Commuter
II, Patroller and the aerobatic Aerobat models." The design has changed
considerably since 1958, with two of the most notable changes being the
vertical fin and the rear fuselage behind the cockpit. Note that a photo
of the 1958 Cessna 150 is on the cover of this edition.
the covers of all the
vintage Model Aviation
editions I have.
Vintage Model Aviation News Bulletin Articles:
Here are the covers of all the vintage Model Aviation editions I have.
To many modelers, nothing brings a warmer glow to the heart than to see
a near-perfect scale model of a full-size aircraft.
of the full-scale jobs lend themselves well to modeling, the flight characteristics
of the models sometimes leaves something to be desired.
this month is the two-place Cessna 150, which, with its high wing and tricycle
landing gear, promises to be a good performer and will undoubtedly give
our free flight flying scale fans many hours of pleasure flying.
Posted April 2, 2012
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