I posted this on RCU also, so don't be upset if you read it twice! Here it goes:
A friend just gave me a Midwest "Mach 1" pattern plane that he picked up at an estate sale approximately 10 years ago. I don't know how long it had been sitting prior to that.
Basically, it is a .60 size, 62" wingspan pattern ship with Foam Core Wings and Stab. Unfortunately, there is only 1 sheet of plans with the fuse on it, and no instruction book or any directions on what to do with the foam wing, etc. It looks like it was started briefly, as the left and right fuse sides look assembled (albeit poorly). I'm not sure if all the parts are there, as I can't find a parts list!
Does anyone know anything about this style of plane, such as its history, is it a good flyer, any characteristics, info on building, etc? Also, if anyone has access to the full set of plans and instruction manual, and is willing to make me a set or sell them, it would be a huge help!