Nostalgia 30 => Nostalgia 30 => Topic started by: mike londke on June 04, 2022, 02:33:43 PM

Title: Brodak SV11 Arf
Post by: mike londke on June 04, 2022, 02:33:43 PM
Is it legal for N30? Thx
Title: Re: Brodak SV11 Arf
Post by: Craig Beswick on June 05, 2022, 12:29:36 AM
From N30 section

"Quote from: RandySmith on May 09, 2018, 09:52:18 PM
Original   SV11  from early 1990

The  first version  SV-11  is  now  legal, The difference in the  one I now kit and the  original SV-11  is that  it has a shorter  tail moment, and smaller  stab, it also does  not  show a pipe
It still  Flew  extremely well,  There  is  also  the previous planes  that Bill Rich Flew in the  Vigilant series  that were  really SCV-11s

Title: Re: Brodak SV11 Arf
Post by: mike londke on June 05, 2022, 11:17:12 AM
HI Mike, I  think I'll leave that one for Randy, as it is his design. Ty H^^
I talked to Randy yesterday and he said the version Iím asking about was definitely in 92 but he was unsure of the month and would get back to me or post here.
Title: Re: Brodak SV11 Arf
Post by: mike londke on June 05, 2022, 05:46:13 PM
Per Randy the plans were done in 1991, Bill Rich built one and flew it at the '92 Nats. So it is in fact legal for N-30.
Title: Re: Brodak SV11 Arf
Post by: Fred Quedenfeld jr on June 15, 2022, 05:08:51 PM
Eligible Designs: It is expected that the contestants will comply with the spirit of the event and enter
only qualifying models which as closely as possible accurately reflect the aerodynamic layout and
appearance of the original model. In order to assist the judges, it is suggested that the contestants
provide reasonable proof that the model presented was actually design, published, or kitted during the
period of eligibility as defined in Paragraph 3.0 above. This proof could include kit plans, magazine
articles and/or plans, photographs and documentation signed by the original designer. It is suggested
that the judges ask the contestant if any changes have been made to the model presented.
3.1.1 The PAMPA Executive Council may act as an approving body for designs meeting the
criteria above, but not necessarily published or kitted. The proof of eligibility is with the
presenter of such designs for eligibility. The PAMPA Secretary will establish a list of such
designs presented for approval and approved. the list will be updated annually

How do we get a copy of this list  Are there minutes of the executive meeting that was held to approve thes designs????