Changi - free flight gas cabin model. Sportster for .75 to 1cc motors.
Quote: - "AEROMODELLERS IN THE Royal Air Force will recognise from the title of this model that it has Far East connections. The model was built when its designer was stationed out at Changi in Singapore, where model flying conditions are ideal, even though the humidity tends to wreck the absorbent balsa structure. Changi is a model in the old traditional sports style and for this reason we are sure it will be Very popular for those who like to incorporate pleasant appearance in the form of elliptical surfaces and a large expanse of transparent cockpit windows. It is a very stable model and is quite robust. In its general lines one could say that it shows the influence of Keil Kraft's popular old stager, the 'Scorpion' [see oz5785] coupled with scaled down lines of the popular APS 'Eros' [see oz1664]. In the photograph you will see the engine mounted upright for convenience, but appearance is enhanced by inverting the cylinder. Construction is easy, using the side sheet flanks on the fuselage to..."
Update 9/12/2016: added article, thanks to RFJ.
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