Nobler (profile)

Nobler (profile) by BMjR Models

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Profile Nobler based on 1952 design by George Aldrich


Wing Span: 50 in. Wing Area: 542 sq. in. Engine: .35 to 40


The Nobler, originally designed by George Aldrich in 1950, was introduced in the 1952 May & June issues of Model Airplane News. The Nobler was said to be designed with 3 key features in mind; smoothness performing maneuvers, appearance, and the model had to fly in all weather conditions. George took 1st at the 1952, 53, 56 & 57 Nats. The Nobler was later kitted by Top Flight (still in production) and is said to be the “most winning” stunt model ever designed. The BMJR Profile NOBLER was born when Bob Whitney mentioned he was looking for a profile model to fly in PAMPA profile stunt.

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Kit Features

Laser cut parts, Full size plans, Photo Illustrated instructions and complete hardware package
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