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Old 12-03-2011, 11:44 AM
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Stampe SV-4b Build

This will be the Stampe SV-4b designed and built by the Belgian manufacturer Stampe et Vertogen. The SV.4 was designed as a touring/ training aircraft. The SV.4A improved on the original design to be used as an advanced aerobatics trainer. The SV.4b Was a further improvement with upgraded wings and engine.
This aircraft was featured in to films "Indiana Jones and the last crusade" and the "Dorthy" and "Lillian" SV.4s in "High road to China" Starring Tom Selleck.
So far I've only setup the studio, but I plan to start work today.
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Old 12-03-2011, 11:50 AM
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@Nick, If you could find as many pictures of the color scheme you want as possible that would be helpful. I've done some research but nothing that specific. You"ll have plenty of time to find them. I won't be on the color scheme for atleast a week if not longer. Good Luck!
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Old 12-03-2011, 02:59 PM
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Great... Is there going to be a CS with the shot off tail from indiana jones?
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Old 12-03-2011, 03:47 PM
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If you can tell me how to do that.
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Old 12-03-2011, 04:10 PM
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Give the tail alpha texture. Check out my reaper.
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Old 12-03-2011, 04:34 PM
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Cool Stampe

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This will be the Stampe SV-4b designed and built by the Belgian manufacturer Stampe et Vertogen. The SV.4 was designed as a touring/ training aircraft. The SV.4A improved on the original design to be used as an advanced aerobatics trainer. The SV.4b Was a further improvement with upgraded wings and engine.
This aircraft was featured in to films "Indiana Jones and the last crusade" and the "Dorthy" and "Lillian" SV.4s in "High road to China" Starring Tom Selleck.
So far I've only setup the studio, but I plan to start work today.

hey Boof69 i built a Stampe SV4C about 10 years ago , a Davie systems scale kit , 1003 sqin wing area and 8.25 lbs flying weight powered with Saito 56 4 stroke and 13x6 APC prop this kit is an excellent flyer , i have many flights on it , this is a French version of the Tigermoth least thats what i was told . the picture is just after it's first flights and before the finished model , well still not completely finished : ) this EA i will get for sure . thanks

Doug
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Old 12-03-2011, 04:34 PM
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I'm sure the requester doesn't want that kind of CS.
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Old 12-03-2011, 05:52 PM
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Just a quick search.
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A few more.
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Thanks Norton. There seems to be a butt ton of info for this bird. I've amassed quite a collection as well.
This is my first update. The very front of the cowl was an interesting puzzle. The off center molded opening was fun to model. There are allot of strange things going on with this model. The big square pad on the top wing center. The assist handles at the trailing center of the top wing and the mirror. Plus the external fuel tank half tucked under the cowl access door. Oh and don't forget the tiny spinner. This model has allot of character. With what's modeled so far I'm at 4,292 for polys, but there is room for optimization.
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hey Boof69 i built a Stampe SV4C about 10 years ago , a Davie systems scale kit , 1003 sqin wing area and 8.25 lbs flying weight powered with Saito 56 4 stroke and 13x6 APC prop this kit is an excellent flyer , i have many flights on it , this is a French version of the Tigermoth least thats what i was told . the picture is just after it's first flights and before the finished model , well still not completely finished : ) this EA i will get for sure . thanks

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The SV4c was built in France as, you guessed it, a trainer. I've read allot of good things about the RC models that are documented online.
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Wink Stampe SV-4b Build

These shots are ment as DETAIL shots as I'm sure the CS has been picked. As you have mentioned, this plane has LOTS of documentation available and there are plenty of CSs, finding both sides of the same plane is a little limited though.
I love this little plane along with all the MOTH's.

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Wink Stampe SV-4b Build

A few more

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Old 12-04-2011, 01:06 PM
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Dang, U-Bird. The last time you posted so many reference shots for me was when I built you the Zlin 50.
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