|Andrew Dunn 1||26/11/2016 19:16:57|
|23 forum posts|
Whilst browsing through one of the mant forums i frequent i came across a couple of photo's of Yuri Gagarin , can any of you well educated and well informed forum members help in identifying what the aircraft is .... many thanks.
|J D 8||26/11/2016 19:22:12|
1356 forum posts
YAK 18. Primary trainer in service just after the second world war.
|reg shaw||26/11/2016 19:28:53|
639 forum posts
Looks like a variant of the Yak 18. Not seen the bulged cowl and trike combination before though?
2002 forum posts
I know beauty is in the eye of the beholder and all that, but to this beholder that has all the elegance and beauty of a house brick!
Edited By MattyB on 26/11/2016 19:34:13
|Jon - Laser Engines||26/11/2016 19:33:40|
|5090 forum posts|
Could it be an early yak52?
4296 forum posts
It's the 18U.
IIRC Pete Miller had a C/L semi-scale stunt Yak18 published in Aeromodeller but I'm can't remember which version he chose to base it on.
|Peter Miller||27/11/2016 08:31:32|
10524 forum posts
In fact it was this version Quite a nice model. I did toy with an R/C version a while ago but lost interest. I still have the plastic kit of it.
I also have an excellent set of 1/10th scale Polish scale drawings of the aircraft.
It was later developed into the very successful 18 PM competition aerobatic aircraft
|reg shaw||27/11/2016 09:06:55|
639 forum posts
Love the Yak 18 PM, one of the last big aerobats, they're all tiny flighty pieces now, the grace has gone!
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