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One of Rich’s most pop­u­lar de­signs, the OV-10 Bronco is avail­able in two sizes. De­scribed as an easy-to-fly, gi­ant scale twin for ev­ery­one, Rich’s 81-inch-span Bronco is equipped with flaps and re­tracts and can be con­sid­ered an eco­nom­i­cal-to­build war­bird us­ing con­ven­tional balsa-and-ply­wood con­struc­tion. It is def­i­nitely fun to fly. There are many col­or­ful paint-scheme op­tions for this im­pres­sive model, and Rich of­fers formed-plas­tic parts for it (prices and or­der­ing de­tails are printed on the plans).

Some 79.5 inches long, the gi­ant Bronco weighs in at 13 to 15 pounds and is de­signed to be pow­ered by two .46 to .60 two-stroke en­gines. A smaller .20- to .25-size Bronco (FSP11951) with a 52-inch span is also avail­able.

Rich de­vel­oped his Bronco in sev­eral sizes, in­clud­ing this e-pow­ered, mon­ster 109-inch ver­sion.

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